Applies To: SQL Server
Changes stored passwords for the Microsoft Windows account or Microsoft SQL Server login used by replication agents when connecting to servers in a replication topology. You would normally have to change a password for each individual agent running at a server, even if they all use the same login or account. This stored procedure enables you to change the password for all instances of a given SQL Server Login or Windows account used by all replication agents that run at a server. This stored procedure is executed at any server in the replication topology on the master database.
sp_changereplicationserverpasswords [ @login_type = ] login_type , [ @login = ] 'login' , [ @password = ] 'password' [ , [ @server = ] 'server' ]
[ @login_type = ] login_type
Is the type of authentication for the supplied credentials. login_type is tinyint, with no default.
1 = Windows Integrated Authentication
0 = SQL Server Authentication
[ @login = ] 'login'
Is the name of the Windows account or SQL Server login being changed. login is nvarchar(257), with no default
[ @password = ] 'password'
Is the new password to be stored for the specified login. password is sysname, with no default.
[ @server = ] 'server'
Is the server connection for which the stored password is being changed. server is sysname, and can be one of these values:
|distributor||All agent connections to the Distributor.|
|publisher||All agent connections to the Publisher.|
|subscriber||All agent connections to the Subscriber.|
|% (default)||All agent connections to all servers in a replication topology.|
0 (success) or 1 (failure)
sp_changereplicationserverpasswords is used with all types of replication.
Only members of the sysadmin fixed server role can execute sp_changereplicationserverpasswords.