Depending on your version of CCM, you may have a user within SQL named CiscoCCMReader. Open SQL Enterprise Manager, drill down to the CCM database and click Users. If not there you could create a user with read only access. I would be very careful to ensure that you are giving read only access and that whoever accesses the data is not putting to much load on the server.
Thanks for the info. I am running 4.1 and there was no CiscoCCMReader Account there. I created an account with read only access but the user staill cannot log on. Should the user name be Server\reader or just reader? Other than creating the user is there anything I need to do to get it to be able to read the DB?
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