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This document describes why Transporter will not connect to two different databases if the Tidal passwords do not match.
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Transporter will not connect to two different databases if the Tidal passwords do not match.
The Tidal account password must be the same on both the source and destination databases. When the database password is changed from the default password, the new password is stored in the registry of the Windows client machines in an encrypted key. Transporter is a client tool that connects to both source and destination databases, and knows to use the password that is in that encrypted key. Since there can only be one key, the passwords have to match.