Ask Christopher - Why should I use the SQL Back-End with my PortalGuard implementation?

Knowing where to store user data is tough.  Many variables must be considered before making a final decision, and the choice itself is never easy.  PPortalGuard offers two different options for storing user-specific data: the file system and an SQL backend.  While the initial choice may be daunting, it really is a no-brainer when you think about it.

For many administrators, implementing an...

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PortalGuard Feature Highlight - SQL Monitoring Tool

SQL Monitoring Tool

If you answer YES to any of the below questions, then we highly recommend installing our SQL Monitoring tool on your PortalGuard Server.

  • Do you utilize SQL to store your PortalGuard user profiles?
  • Do you use the Admin Dashboard, Announcements, or Lanyard login?
  • Are you concerned that your SQL database cannot be reached from your PortalGuard server?
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