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Remote Service Binding Properties (General Page)
SQL Server 2008 R2
Displays the properties of the selected Service Broker remote service binding. Remote service bindings define the security credentials used to communicate with a service. This page is accessed by right-clicking an existing remote service binding in Object Explorer and clicking Properties.
The name of the remote service binding. The name must be unique within the database.
An integer that identifies the remote service binding in the database.
The database principal that owns the remote service binding. The principal that was specified in the AUTHORIZATION clause of CREATE REMOTE SERVICE BINDING or ALTER REMOTE SERVICE BINDING.
Name of the destination service for which the remote service binding provides connection security credentials.
The database principal that owns the certificate associated with the remote service binding. The principal that was specified in the USER clause of CREATE REMOTE SERVICE BINDING or ALTER REMOTE SERVICE BINDING.
Specifies whether connections to the service are anonymous:
Specifies that connections are anonymous. No local security credentials are sent on the connection request. Operations at the destination use the public fixed database role.
Specifies that the local security credentials from the remote service binding be sent with the connection request. Operations at the destination use those credentials.