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    Local system permissions on SQL Server 2005

    This has been hurting my brain for days. I'm running a service as local system on a client machine which need to connect to an MSSQL server and fetch some data out. I don't particularly want to use an SQL account, I'd much rather use windows authentication but as System, not a user. Any ideas?

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    What data are you trying to extract??

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    A select statement - the data itself isn't a problem, just the permission to log in to the database.

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