If you wish to host the Sisense MongoDB on another server, you need to create an AppUser that Sisense can use to communicate with your application database. The AppUser you create must have two MongoDB roles assigned to it, readWriteAnyDatabase and dbAdminAnyDatabase. These roles provide the Sisense AppUser read/write privileges to the MongoDB.
In addition, the password for the AppUser should be encrypted using the same encryption mechanism Sisense uses. You can encrypt a plaintext password using this encryption mechanism in the Sisense REST API through the endpoint:
This encrypted password should be included in all the relevant configuration files as described in Connecting Sisense to the Replica Set.
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