Because we dont want to use local sql accounts in our environment i would like to see if anyone can help me find out why i cant get an AD user to be the DB user instead of a local sql account. I have double and triple checked, the accounts in SQL looks exactly the same.
But when i run the Jira Config till (config.bat) and specify the AD user i get:
Attempting to connect to the SQL Server database server...
"Could not connect to the DB: Login failed for user 'SVC-JIRA_DBuser_Prod'"
I am running Jira Core 7.4.2 on Windows Sever 2016 with Java 1.8 and SQL Server 2014.
In general, this user should be a SQL user and not a Windows user nor an Active Directory ID, however, there is a Suggestion to incorporate this into JIRA that you can find at JRASERVER-42220. Please vote on it and add your use case to the notes to add impact.
One of the commenters in JRASERVER-42220 posted a workaround that worked for them:
Example URL: <url>jdbc:jtds:sqlserver://serverName:port/databaseName;Instance=instanceName;useNTLMv2=True;Domain=domainName</url>
Try this workaround to see if it works for you as well.
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