NT AUTHORITY\ANONYMOUS Error Editing Procedures

Kenneth Fisher takes us through a security issue:

If you have to deal with linked servers then you probably have or will run into the following error:

Login failed for user ‘NT AUTHORITY\ANONYMOUS LOGON’

But I’m not trying to use the linked server. I’m trying to create/alter a stored procedure.

Kenneth explains why you might get this even when you’re just editing a procedure and not directly hitting a linked server, as well as a few tips for fixing the issue.

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