The Database tab section contains the information of the SQL Server, the SQL credentials information and the database name used by Devolutions Server.
|Host||Name of the host where the database will be stored.|
|Database||Name of the database on the server.|
Access the Advanced Settings.
|Test Server||Test the connection with the server to validate if the proper information has been provided.|
|Test Database||Test the connection with the database to validate if the proper information has been provided.|
|Update Database||Update the database on the server.|
|Save Schema||Save the database schema in a file to allow sending it to our support team.|
|View Database Version||View what is the current database version.|
Note that the Integrated Security or Credentials settings affect how the Devolutions Server communicates with the SQL database. These options do not have any impact on how users will authenticate on the Devolutions Server instance.
Select between Windows Authentication or SQL Server Authentication for authenticating to the database. In order for Windows Authentication to be used to connect to the database, you must set a domain account as the Application Pool identity in the IIS Manager.
|Username||SQL login account username if SQL Authentication is selected as the authentication type.|
|Password||SQL login account password if SQL Authentication is selected as the authentication type.|
|Advanced Credentials||Access the Advanced Credentials that allows the Devolutions Server Console to communicate with the SQL database.|