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ESS / ODBC Security Question

Question asked by Devon Braun on Jan 26, 2015
Latest reply on Jan 26, 2015 by wimdecorte

When setting up or editing an ODBC external data source in FMP you're given three options for authentication:


• Prompt for user name & password

• Specify user name and password (applies to all users)

• Use Windows Authentication (Single Sign-On)


Out of caution I've been using only the first.

Question about the second: where/how does FMP store the user name & password entered?  In the database?  On the server computer?  How secure is this option?  It would be a great convenience to use, but security concerns prevail.