I execute a command (xp_cmdshell) , but i always receive this error:
Login failed for user 'teste'.
But the user is sysadmin and the password is correct.... and the functionality is already active in the surface area)
Here is the command that i execute:
Declare @osql varchar(8000)
Set @osql='EXEC master.dbo.xp_cmdshell '+''''+'osql -Uteste -Pteste -Q"DBCC Checkdb (''''securdb'''')" -o"C:\teste1.txt"'''''''
Can someone help?
Agghh... don't ever hardcode user security information in SQL Server. Use a trusted connection instead of declaring the -U and -P parameters and, as has already been suggested, add the -Sputserverinstancenamehere parameter. I'm not at a machine where I can look up how to declare a trusted connection so you'll need to lookup in Books Online but IIRC, it's -T or -E... can't remember which one.
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