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ASG RD 2017 Database Encryption
#1
Hi,

We have ASG RD 2017 with a SQL Server 2014 database,

Does anyone know if ASG supports database encryption?

I have looked but can't see any guides?

Thanks,
Neil
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#2
What do you mean? How data is encrypted inside the database or if you can use TLS?
Regards/Gruss
Oliver
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#3
Did you check "Configure advanced settings" when creating the database connection? There you can check to use SSL connection to your SQL server
Regards/Gruss
Oliver
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#4
(12-10-2017, 12:38 PM)DevOma Wrote: What do you mean? How data is encrypted inside the database or if you can use TLS?

Thanks for your response, 

I mean is the data already encrypted within the database, ie: preventing someone who copied it 
from extracting all of the passwords, if it is not encrypted can I use the native encryption that comes with MS SQL 2014?
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#5
Private credentials are always encrypted with a key from the login user - so only this user can decrypt these passwords - public passwords are also encrypted but can be read from all users who are using the application - there are several security options that disallow users normally to use / read / parse passwords but if you use a stolen copy of a database and know the program you will be able to read the public creds...
Regards/Gruss
Oliver
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#6
Thanks for your response Oliver, much appreciated
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