I have an on premises MS SQL DB installed on Server 2012.
I have the Falcon SQL client installed on the same server.
The credentials are pointing to the IP address of the server (10.0.0.3).
I can edit my plots with a valid MS SQL connection only when I use 10.0.0.3.
But if I try and use my laptop on the same subnet & DNS domain, I’m unable to edit plots with a connection to MS SQL. I get this error.
Hm… failed to connect to your connector. Double check that is running by visiting your connector. If your connector version is <1.0.4, please update your application. then try reconnecting.
My understanding is if the Falcon SQL client is running on the local net, I should be able to get my MSSQL data.
I can create new plots if I use the HTTP option, allow unsafe scripts, and point the connection to 10.0.0.3:9495
EDIT: The above applies to recurring schedule queries.
If I make a recurring MS SQL Query from my laptop using an http connection, I can edit it from other computers. But my understanding is the https connection is meant to be sufficient for your DNS/IP domain?