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sql schema compare connectivity issue

i having an issue connecting to a server in sql compare

the certificate chain was issued by an authority that is not trusted

the server is on a different domain but i have it registered in windows credential manager and i have no issue connecting to both source and target in SSMS so its almost as if SQ compare isnt seeing or using credential manager 
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    RobynRobyn Posts: 180 Silver 5
    Hi, 

    Thanks for your post. 

    This error is likely due to recent changes around handling certificates and you can hopefully workaround this by adding ";Trust Server Certificate=true" to the end of the server name in the connection dialog.

    If the above doesn't work. I'll raise you a ticket and we'll look again. 
    Kind regards

    Robyn Edwards | Redgate Software
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    jaymanjayman Posts: 2 New member
    that worked thank you
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    KAngelesKAngeles Posts: 1 New member
    edited June 22, 2023 8:39PM
    Hi, I realize that this is an older thread, but I encountered this situation today.  My SQLCompare 15 was working fine and then stopped.  Adding the suggestion above re: "Trust Server Certificate" did not work, but I did notice there is now a check box with the same option right on the connection dialog.  Click that and it accomplishes the same thing, apparently.  It was obvious to me because nothing changed about how I use this tool.  Then I read this thread and noticed it.
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