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comment Which ports are needed for NTLM (Windows Authentication) to connect to SQL Server?
@Remus: That document describes Kerberos authentication, not NTLM. It only talks about NTLM in the context of "How do I know if Kerberos is failing and falling back to NTLM, and how do I prevent that?"
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comment Which ports are needed for NTLM (Windows Authentication) to connect to SQL Server?
Yes, thanks, we did try that already without success.
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comment Which ports are needed for NTLM (Windows Authentication) to connect to SQL Server?
Thanks, but I've already tried that. Both, actually. I tried the 0.83 current release, which has the NTLMv2 patch applied, no go. I also had the admin change the policy shown in the screenshot (I am the only client connecting to this machine), but still no joy (with 0.82 or 0.83).
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comment Which ports are needed for NTLM (Windows Authentication) to connect to SQL Server?
Marking as accepted because it answers the question: I don't need any other ports. Of course, my problem still exists (despite using the exact procedure described), but that's a different question.
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comment Windows Services on a Laptop work station
For the record, I voted for migration to SuperUser. :P