SQL Server on DMZ

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I have a sql server in a DMZ. As Domain users cannot be
authenticated from DMZ I start the sql server with a local
server account. I need to backup my databases to a share
on the domain. Is there some way to map the local account
on the server in DMZ to a domain user so that I can backup
the databases to the network share using that domain users
security permissions.

Thanks in Advance.
Obaid
 
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Why is the SQL Server in a DMZ?

Ray at work

"Obaid" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> I have a sql server in a DMZ. As Domain users cannot be
> authenticated from DMZ I start the sql server with a local
> server account. I need to backup my databases to a share
> on the domain. Is there some way to map the local account
> on the server in DMZ to a domain user so that I can backup
> the databases to the network share using that domain users
> security permissions.
>
> Thanks in Advance.
> Obaid
 
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The SQL server was kept in DMZ as it support some
application accessing from internet and for security
reasons it was kept isolated from the Interanet.

Obaid
>-----Original Message-----
>Why is the SQL Server in a DMZ?
>
>Ray at work
>
>"Obaid" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message
>news:c42701c43859$d90a4430$a301280a@phx.gbl...
>> I have a sql server in a DMZ. As Domain users cannot be
>> authenticated from DMZ I start the sql server with a
local
>> server account. I need to backup my databases to a share
>> on the domain. Is there some way to map the local
account
>> on the server in DMZ to a domain user so that I can
backup
>> the databases to the network share using that domain
users
>> security permissions.
>>
>> Thanks in Advance.
>> Obaid
>
>
>.
>
 

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