To address this issue the user listed in the error will need to have rights added to read from the RE/SQL database.

First, configure the SQL Server User - Edit the existing user or add the user and apply the correct database membership roles

1. Open SQL Management Studio on The Raiser's Edge SQL Server
2. Expand: Security>Logins
3. Locate the user listed in the error.  For example: 'NT AUTHORITY\ANONYMOUS LOGON' 

- If the user is listed 
a) Right click on the user
b) Select Properties from the menu
c) Select User Mapping from the left hand column
d) Confirm whether this user is mapped to the current RE database. 
e) If the user is not mapped to the current RE database put a check next to the correct RE database
f) Highlight RE database The role will now be selectable in the bottom window
g) Make sure the following database membership roles are selected:

- db_datareader
- public
- RE_ReadOnly

h) Click OK

- If the user is not listed
a) Right-click on any existing user
b) Choose: New login
c) Click Search
d) in the box labeled: Enter the object name to select, enter the part of the username after the slash "\". For example: 'ANONYMOUS LOGON'
e) Click: Check Names
f) The screen will refresh and the name should have a underline
g) Click OK
h) Select User Mapping
i) Put a check next to the appropriate database, this will highlight it.
j) Mark the following database membership roles in the bottom window:

- db_datareader
- public
- RE_ReadOnly

k) Click OK - the window will close


Next, configure the SQL Database user - Verify the RE/SQL Database user has the correct database membership roles.

1. Expand: Databases > [database_name] > Security > Users 
2. Find the user that was edited/added
3. Right click the user and select properties
4. Click: Membership
5. Make sure the following database membership roles are selected

- db_datareader
- RE_ReadOnly

6. Click OK

Refresh the SQL database