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TesDA
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SQLServer Trouble Removing Implicitly Shared Connections

I have deleted all of the sql tables in my app and re-added them using AD, however I'm still getting the warning that I have implicitly shared connections. Is there a way to determine the difference between the connections if I missed one? Is it possible for the app to still show the implicity shared connection, even if they were all removed within the app?

 

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TesDA
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I finally figured this out. I had a Power Automate flow in the app that was using an implicit SQL connection. Once I fixed the flow to AD, the implicit connection disappeared.

 

Note: When I switched the flow to AD it caused the flow to error out. I had to delete the flow from the app and re-add it.

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eka24
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Consider watching this tutorial;

https://youtu.be/NqQGysNCac0

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TesDA
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@eka24  - The video didn't answer my question. It came out prior to the release of the AD connection in sql which is 10x more secure. The problem is that despite removing all of my implicitly shared connections in sql and reconnecting with sql using AD connections, I still am showing that implicitly shared connection. I need to delete it.

TesDA
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I finally figured this out. I had a Power Automate flow in the app that was using an implicit SQL connection. Once I fixed the flow to AD, the implicit connection disappeared.

 

Note: When I switched the flow to AD it caused the flow to error out. I had to delete the flow from the app and re-add it.

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