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Remote SQL Server machines
Data Security Manager Help | TRITON AP-DATA | Version 8.1.x
When you install TRITON AP-DATA on the TRITON management server, you specify whether to use a local or remote SQL Server database.
If you specify a remote database, you have the option to enable TRITON AP-DATA archiving. (Archiving is automatically enabled when you use a local database.)
When you archive incidents, they are initially stored in a temporary folder. If you are using an remote SQL Server database, you must specify the folder to use before you can archive incidents. (This is done during installation.) Both the database and the TRITON management server must have access to the temporary folder.
If you do not configure these settings when you install TRITON AP-DATA, you cannot manually archive incidents. If you try, the Data Security manager warns you that you have not fully configured archive settings, so archiving won't work. If you set up automatic archiving, it fails and sends a message to syslog.
If you receive such messages, you must modify your installation to use the archiving feature, as follows:
Click Next until you reach the Temporary File Location page.
Select Enable incident archiving and backup.
Click Deploy in the Data Security manager to deploy your changes.
Note that you only configure the temporary archive folder in the installer. To configure the final location of the archive, select Settings > General > Archive Storage in the Data Security manager.

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