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Unable to log onto Access .adp db after creating new db role using sqlserver 2008.

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I recently had to add a new database role for an existing Access.adp database using SQLSERVER 2008. I already have 4 other roles working just fine, but I cannot connect (We use NT Authentication) when using this new role. It bombs out and says that it's "Unable to verify login. Program Aborting". I cannot determine what I am missing. I use the following procedure to verify who's trying log into the database based on the assigned role. For testing purposes, I assign myself to the role I am testing. The schema and role have the same name. In the procedure below, schema 16384 is the SA account.

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  2. GO
  4. GO
  6. ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[ProcGetLoggedInUserData]
  7. AS
  8. DECLARE @user varchar(25) 
  9. SELECT @user = substring(system_user, 
  10.     (charindex('\', system_user) + 1), 
  11.     len(system_user)- charindex('\', 
  12.     system_user))
  13. --PRINT @user
  14. SELECT AS UserID,
  15.     UPPER( AS UserRole, 
  16.     c.per_id, 
  17.     c.per_code
  18. FROM sys.sysusers a, 
  19.     sys.sysmembers b, 
  20.     dbo.TBL_PERSONNEL c,
  21.     sys.schemas d 
  22. WHERE a.uid = b.memberuid
  23. AND = @user 
  24. AND = c.per_login
  25. AND b.groupuid = d.schema_id
  26. AND d.schema_id <> '16384'
Nov 23 '15 #1
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