Re: OPS$ on NT/2000

> Make sure the ID you want to use is in the ORA_DBA group on the windows =
> box.

You don't have to be in ORA_DBA group to have OS authentication, but you do
have to set SQLNET.AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES to include NTS (and set the
already mentioned registry parameter to false if not using usernames with
domain names).


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