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First published on MSDN on Apr 02, 2008

Did you know that beginning with SQL Server 2008, support for service principal names (SPNs) has been extended to enable mutual authentication across all protocols. Administators can now define their own SPNs. Thus SQL Server 2008 makes secure authentication more manageable and reliable by allowing clients to directly specify the SPN to use.

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http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc280459(SQL.100).aspx

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Tres London
SQL Server Protocols
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