Secure storage for passwords for admin scripts?

Matt mksql at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 10 18:16:13 CEST 2004


The tricky part here is that some of the scripts need
to authenticate against multiple NT domains. I think
the scheduler service will only provide a connection
to a single domain.

Additionally, I need to authenticate against MS SQL
Servers, using native logins, not NT logins.


--- Michael Ekstrand <python at elehack.net> wrote:

> I believe the Windows task scheduler is capable of
> running a task as a 
> given user, in which case the script need not worry
> about the password, 
> the scheduler will store it and execute the script.
> 
> I know this is the case in Win Server 2k3, it seems
> like it'd probably 
> be present in 2k as well.



		
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