SQL SERVER IN A NONE-NATIVE MODE 
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 SQL SERVER IN A NONE-NATIVE MODE
We are looking to implement SQL 2000.  
Does in matter is we are in a native or none-native mode?


Fri, 07 Oct 2005 21:42:46 GMT
 SQL SERVER IN A NONE-NATIVE MODE

I assume you are talking about Active Directory.
If that is the case then no, it doesn't really matter AFAIK.

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> We are looking to implement SQL 2000.
> Does in matter is we are in a native or none-native mode?



Fri, 07 Oct 2005 22:20:32 GMT
 
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