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I've found the answer. A remote session opened via password authentication has the user credentials attached to it and hence is capable of outbound authentication as the user. A remote session opened via key based authentication does not have associated user credentials and hence is not capable of outbound authentication as the user. This is by design and ...


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My question though is, is it possible to get just 4 Core Licenses (on a 10 core machine) and limit Sql Server to only using those 4 cores? Yes. If those 4 cores are ALL CORES AVAILABLE TO THE MACHINE. Like.... running SQL Server in a Virtual Machine and this machine is limited to X virtual cores. NO, if the OS sees all cores - you must license the whole ...


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In order to anwser clearly and don't polemic with useless subjects in comments : it's the Microsoft role's to update their product in order to follow system evolution. By the time, we also seen that the OS create sort of aliases for compatibility too ; in instance and in state of the art : mssql seams not to be compatible with Ubuntu 21.10 The guide you used ...


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@rvsc48 i think you're right it has not reached the server at all i now know that the client machine had their usable security protocols changed/enforced, so looks like the client's Windows OS has prevented the SQL client there from using TLS1.0. I'm not sure where I could see this on the client event logs, but it does explain why it doesn't show up on the ...


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Here is the Supported hardware: 1.8 GHz or faster x86 (Intel, AMD) processor. Dual-core or better recommended 2 GB of RAM; 4 GB of RAM recommended (2.5 GB minimum if running on a virtual machine) Hard disk space: Minimum of 2 GB up to 10 GB of available space


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Adding an S3 policy in my bucket solved the issue for me { "Version": "2012-10-17", "Id": "123", "Statement": [ { "Sid": "", "Effect": "Allow", "Principal": "", "Action": "s3:", "Resource": "arn:aws:s3:::mybucket/*&...


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How could we configure in a load balancer like HA Proxy to split read operation from writes and send to node 2 and 3 only read operations? Not at all. There is no way that a load balancer would know what happens in a SQL Server connection and understand logically what can and what can not be considered a read only or a write only or a mixed (which is a ...


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