Last post Jul 14, 2005 11:26 AM by YodaRocks
Jul 10, 2005 01:55 PM|YodaRocks|LINK
I'm so new to DNN that I'm installing it on a development server for the first time. I'm following the procedures for installing DNN as set out in the book DotNetNuke ASP.NET Portals by Shaun Walker, et al.
The book indicates two security paths for setting up the database for SQL Server 2000: 1. Windows Security and 2. SQL Server Security. Although it recommends Windows Security, it then provides the steps for SQL Server Security, which it acknowledges as the
less secure of the two options. I understand why it proceeds down the SQL Server Security installation path -- not everyone has full control of the server environment, making the SQL Server Security method the only one reasonably available to them.
Naturally, since I have full control of the development as well as the production server, I am interested in the more secure method. Although I have plenty of references on setting up Windows Security for SQL Server 2000, it would be helpful in the sense of
saving me time to find a granular reference for setting up Windows Security specifically for running DNN, since I presume I have to create an account for DNN with the appropriate level of permissions, etc. Where can I quickly find such a reference? Sorry
if I'm overlooking some obvious source. The book wasn't it, in this case (no criticism intended).
Thank you in advance for pointing me in the right direction.
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