Released in version 2.96
C4SQL now integrates user permissions with Windows and MS SQL on the central server, making the setup of any additional security model unnecessary.
With integrated security, a Windows authenticated user can be created as a server login and is effortlessly assigned to a C4SQL database role (Figure 26). Setting up granular user security is just one of the numerous advantages that integrating to the security model of MS SQL offers. A big convenience with Windows integrated security is that a user enters no login credentials to access the application.
Figure 26 – User setup screen
Another excellent addition in version 2.96 is a windows service for Conductor4SQL. This service enables automation of client-server status checks and greatly reduces previous manual intervention and workload.
Figure 27 – Conductor4SQL Windows service
A display of the progress when uninstalling a client-server, similar to the install progress monitoring screen, is also currently presented before receiving the confirmation message. The “Client Uninstall Progress” displays the status of steps that need monitoring (Figure 28).
Figure 28 – Uninstall progress window