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IrnBruMuffin
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Helper I

DLP blocking SQL for no reason

So yesterday we had a phising attack so all passwords were reset causing mayhem of connectors. I had to delete all my SQL connectors and reconnect to them. After doing so now once I try to connect to a table or a view I get the error - "Using these connections together conflicts with the company data loss prevention policies."

I have double checked our DLP and it hasn't removed SQL and it is literally the same conenctors that were being used as yesterday to today. Can anyone help?

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timl
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Super User

Hi @IrnBruMuffin

Apart from SQL Server, what other data connectors do you have in your app? It's a mix of incompatible connectors that would cause a policy conflict. Could you have accidentally added a non-SQL connector data source to your app whilst you were deleting and re-adding your connections?

I believe its firing the DLP error for different reasons. I hadn't changed anything and not added any other connectors to create incapbality between two. 

Note the issue is now resolved by itself..

I'm glad the issue has resolved itself, but it's curious how this happened. Hopefully someone else might be able to provide and explanation.

v-xida-msft
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