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KB-9007: Is it Safe to Disable the Named Pipes Protocol on the DirectAudit SQL Database?

Centrify DirectAudit ,  

8 August,17 at 04:15 PM

Question:
  
Is it safe to Disable the Named Pipes protocol on the DirectAudit SQL database?

Answer:
  
Yes.  DirectAudit only uses the TCP/IP.  It is safe to disable the Named Pipes protocol.
  
The Named Pipes Protocol can be verified or changed using the Microsoft SQL Server Configuration Manager as seen below:
  
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