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To use the tool, you need to first specify the DualShield Directory by clicking the browse button at the top and selecting the base directory for DualShield (typically located at C:\Program Files\Deepnet DualShield). The tool will then read the contents of the provided directory to obtain all the necessary information on DualShield's current status and database connectivity. The window will then look something like this:

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As you can see, the values for Current FQDN, Database Type and Database Location have been automatically populated and the DualShield Status has been detected. The connectivity to the DualShield Database is also automatically checked prior to making any changes and the status can be seen by examining the database location line for . If the database connection fails, you will not be able to make any changes until it is resolved.  The tool works for both MySQL and Microsoft SQL databases currently and it will automatically detect if DualShield is operating on HTTP or HTTPS.