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I need help. I have one windows base software in And his database in MS SQL Server. But I want to use this software in two different places than I need to be database online and access one database from two different places.
Zoltán Zörgő 28-Feb-15 2:54am
In general this is not a matter of coding or Sql Server operation. What connection possibility do you have from your remote locations to your server location?

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Well, yes...and no.

It is possible - you have to access the SQL server instance as an admin and permit Remote Connections:[^] and probably also configure it's local firewall(s) to open the right ports.'s dangerous.
You will be opening every database on the instance to anyone who has (or can work out) a username / password combination. So you need to start by ensuring that all such SQL logins are secure - and "sa/admin" has got to go for starters!

Personally, I wouldn't do it: I'd write a WCF app to sit on a "local" site to the DB server and make all requests via that. It's a lot more complex, but it's also a lot, lot safer.

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