The article below concerns Nintex Workflow Cloud. Nintex Workflow Cloud is a cloud-based platform where you can design workflows to automate simple to complex processes using drag-and-drop interactions without writing any code. You can build digital forms, integrate web services, and connect to third-party applications to create a seamless experience for your end users throughout the workflow.
To run workflows that connect to Microsoft SQL Server databases or related systems, first configure its firewall rules to allow traffic from potential source IP addresses for these workflows. If firewall rules are in place but not configured to allow these IP addresses, then contact does not occur and the workflow fails.
For instructions on SQL Server firewall configuration, see the Configure the Windows Firewall to Allow SQL Server Access Microsoft article or, for SQL Server on Windows Azure, see the Creating Microsoft SQL Server Connection to SQL Azure from Nintex Workflow Cloud Nintex Community article.
Potential source IP addresses for workflows:
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