|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] How to use windows trusted authentication|
At 06:38 PM 4/04/2008, you wrote:
>> No, it means the user won't need any further authentication to run an application that connects to a Firebird database.Perhaps if you examine the security tab of the property sheets of the Firebird components (fbserver, udflibraries, etc.) and your database files, the logic will fall into place....?
>But what is the advantage of windows authentication against no
>authentication? When a user is logged on a windows system no further
>authentication is needed to connect to a firebird database. So why use
>windows authentication and not just an option for example 'unsecure
>connect' or something similar? And with that option no further
>authentication is needed too.
>Sorry, but the sense escapes me, why the windows authentication is used.