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FYI: this thread was referenced on the Spiceworks.com forums on a discussion on the same topic. I posted this answer there, and I'm sharing it here as well. I got confirmation from the SQL team that TLS 1.2 is now supported starting with SQL Server 2014 CU6. Be aware that CU6 is a post-SP1 build so it won't be supported in SQL 2014 SP1 until CU1.
While it's true the SQL needs one of these enabled, there's a workaround. Open gpedit.msc. In the Local Group Policy Editor, double-click Windows Settings under the Computer Configuration node, and then double-click Security Settings. Under the Security Settings node, double-click Local Policies, and then click Security Options. In the details pane, ...
To create a certificate for SSL encryption for SQL Server you need a certificate for Server authentciation. That is [EnhancedKeyUsageExtension] OID = 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.1 If you want to manually create a certificate for this using Windows Certificate services you need to do it like this. ...
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