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Old 2nd June 2009, 11:51
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The only solution I see is to get all the ip addresses of all website-servers the client has in use and to grant access to those ips even on disabled remote access.
Yes, either that or add a website select field in the database form that makes it possible to assign a database to a specific site. Then we will have to rewrite the grant mechanism a bit as it will be better to have a (hidden) field in the database table which lists all granted IP's for each DB record as comma separated value because the database server is not able to determine the IP of a website as the website records do not get replicated to him.
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