Someone on my forum was having a problem with the Secure External Password Store feature and to be honest I hadn’t got a clue because I had never used this feature. A few minutes of messing about with it resulted in this:
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What about the license? I have heard from a customer that it is available with the Standard Edition Client.
I don’t have a clue which version it is available with. I don’t tend to concern myself with such matters until I want to use features in production systems. That’s a job fo the bean counters.
well, many wallet features are available only with Advanced Security Option, and most customer do not pay for ASO.
If I had my way there would only be one flavour of the database, but I don’t.
As it is, people ask questions and I answer them. I don’t pay too much mind to database flavours and licensing until it directly affects me.
Well, most of my customers have EE, essentially because of the limitation of the number of CPUs in SE.
This Secure Wallet tool is great. Avoiding clear text passwords in files or dubious home-made two-ways algorithms is great