I need to ask you some questions:
• Is your client computer and the PI Server on the same domain?
• If you try the second option (whose line is commented), would it work?
• Did you create a mapping with sufficient permission to access the PI Server for the domain account MyUser?
• What is the version of your PI Server? I guess you are using PI AF SDK 2012 SP2, is that correct?
• If you open PI SDK on the computer you are running your application, are you able to connect to the PI Server? The best way is to test logged on using “MyUser" account.
• If you try to run your application again, do you find any error on the PI Server checking the PI Message Log?
It appears you are attempting to connect to a PI Server, not an AF Server based upon the error message. Are the names specified when creating the credential a PIUser name and password? Windows Identities are not supported for making an explicit connection to the PI Server in AF 2.5. It will be supported in the upcoming AF 2.6 release.
1. Yes, client and server are on the same domain
2. No, it doesn't work with domain added
3. I assume so, since I can use the same credentials on the same client machine to log in via SQL Commander
4. That is correct
5. No it is not able to connect in the PISDK Utility
6. My support team did not find any errors in the log you mentioned
@AWegner: Have you tried to use the actual credentials from the current Windows account as David suggested?
Are you seeing any traces of activity in the PI Message Logs from your trials with PI SDK Utility? Even if the connections are failing, you would see information on these attempted connections in log.Are the client and server the same machine?