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SQL Server Configuration Properties
Advanced configuration properties for SQL Server
The properties listed here are only applicable if SQL Server authentication is being used. Support for SQL Server authentication is installed using the
kcm-guacamole-auth-jdbc-sqlserverpackage. If using the keeper/guacamole Docker image, support for SQL Server authentication is instead configured using environment variables.
The TCP connection details for the SQL Server database.
The name of the database to use, as well as the credentials to use when connecting to the database. These properties are required if one of the database authentication extensions will be used.
Restrictions that should be applied to all database users with respect to password complexity, length, change frequency, and reuse.
These properties do not affect users defined outside the database.
Concurrent usage restrictions that should be enforced by default across all connections. With the exception the absolute concurrency limit, each of these restrictions may be overridden by the administrator on a per-connection basis by editing the connection.
Whether authentication via other extensions is allowed for users that do not exist within the SQL Server database. If set to "true", authentication attempts will be denied unless the authenticated user has been defined within the database.