One of my developers is having problems with a scheduled agent reading an encrypted field using Public Key Encryption. She is using the PublicEncryptionKeys field and has specified the names of the people who can read the encrypted field. We also specified the name of the server that the agent will run on.
However, when the agent runs from the server, the field can not be read and the agent fails. The field contains a password that is used to access a third party database. Can Public Keys be used or should she go the Secret Key route?
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