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Diego Laranjeira

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How I do to open a remote sql connection in kwf 6.0.0??

thanks
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winkelman

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You don't. SQL connections are opened up from the Microsoft SQL Manager.

You may have to open up the SQL ports in KWF's Traffic Policy though... How? Manual.
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Diego Laranjeira

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i've opened the ports on KWF on the NAT and i've created a rule for this one
but doesn't work
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winkelman

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Some other firewall active somewhere (on your computer, on the SQL server, somewhere else)?
Is SQL Server configured to allow remote connections?
Is your NAT configuration correct?
Are the SQL authentification options correct?
Does it work from the KWF machine itself?

Please provide some more info. "It doesn't work" gives us no idea at all on what you already tried, how you configured KWF, the Traffic Policy, etc. People are not that helpful if you do not provide insight into what you already tried yourself.
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