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  1. questionHow to enable TLS 1.2 support in SourceAnywhere?
    Transport Layer Security (TLS), like the well known Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), is a protocol for secured data transfer. For old versions of SourceAnywhere, only version 1.0 and 1.1 of TLS protocols are supported. From version 6.3 of SourceAnywhere, we now also support TLS version 1.2. For cust ...
  2. questionError message: Error occured while writing Blowfish user key into database
    Symptoms When you try to import a Blowfish key, you may receive the following error message: Cause The possible cause is that the SourceAnywhere Standalone folder, which places the Blowfish_Key_DB.ini file, is missing at: For Windows XP user C:\Documents and Settings\{user name}\Application Da ...
  3. questionHow to configure SSL for SourceAnywhere?
    Please follow the steps below to configure SSL for SourceAnywhere: 1. Generate SSL Root Certificate in Service Configurator, which can be found in the program group of SourceAnywhere Server. More info 2. Configure SSL port. More info 3. Restart¬ SourceAnywhere Service. More info From now on, you ...
  4. questionCan SourceAnywhere diff/merge binary files?
    The default Diff/Merge tool of SourceAnywhere, MergeHero, cannot handle binary files with comparing/merging. However, SourceAnywhere allows you to configure external programs for Diff/Merge. You can configure SourceAnywherewith a tool that can handle¬ binary files at menu Tools->Options->E ...
  5. questionDoes SourceAnywhere work under a terminal services deployment?
    Yes, SourceAnywhere works¬ well¬ under a terminal services deployment. This is a possible scenario: You have one license of Visual Studio,¬ and 4 programmers work on the machine with Visual Studio at the same time. And you purchase¬ one¬ SourceAnywhere license for each programmer (4 licenses in tot ...
  6. questionDo I have to install SourceAnywhere Server on the SQL Server machine?
    No. SourceAnywhere Server can be installed on a different machine to the one hosting SQL Server. However, for better performance, we recommend you to install the SourceAnywhere Server on the SQL Server machine that hosts the 'SourceAnywhere' database.
  7. questionWhich version of SQL Server does SourceAnywhere support?
    SourceAnywhere supports Microsoft SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2008 and above, MSDE and SQL Server Express. Moreover, since version 5 SourceAnywhere supports built-in database. This option is available to be chosen when installing the server.