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I use MS Access to connect my remote MySQL database, and use MySQL ODBC connector for that. I would like to secure the connection with SSL. ODBC connector offers some SSL setup, but I don't have idea what to fill in! When I connect from linux, I simply give --ssl option to mysql command, but what to fill in here?

I use Windows XP. Do I need to install something? Hopefully not... Also, what about newer Windows versions?

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Your question was deleted automatically because it had low views and no positive score. I undeleted it for you—feel free to place a bounty on it. – slhck Jul 27 '13 at 7:27
@Thomas your question was undeleted before when you said you wanted to get more attention by putting a bounty on it, but you never did. If you still have this problem and want it solved, please place a bounty on it to get some attention. Otherwise it will be automatically deleted for inactivity again in the future. – nhinkle Nov 25 '13 at 5:08
@nhinkle but why should such questions be deleted? I have many thumbleweed questions around the SE but they never were deleted. – Tomas Nov 25 '13 at 10:12
I have tumbleweed questions with even lower views on SO but they never got deleted. – Tomas Nov 25 '13 at 10:20
@Thomas see the details here: – nhinkle Nov 25 '13 at 15:02

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