Using windows authentication for SQL server

Using windows authentication for SQL server

To use Windows Authentication,  add service account to "PassagePoint Server" services

The account used to start the passagepoint service is the account used to connect to SQL server

The SQL context file will need to contain the following string:


See attached sample file for a sample. 

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