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Windows authentication when the driver is on Linux
Modeler Server installed on Linux Connect Modeler Client to the Modeler Server Use a Database Source node to connect to SQL Server This means the ODBC data source is setup on the Modeler Server SQL Server is installed on Windows When you run the stream you will be prompted for database credentials You cannot do a Windows authentication when the driver is on Linux. The driver passes on the credentials provided by the user. If the driver is on NT and there is an 'NT authentication' option, then it can be used to authenticate. On Linux there is no such option.
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