A company has a line-of-business application named Appl that runs on an internal IIS server. Ap1l uses a SQL Server 2008 database that is hosted on the same server. You move the database to a dedicated SQL Server named SQL1. Users report that they can no longer access the application by using their domain credentials. You need to ensure that users can access Appl. Solution: You configure App1 and SQL1 to use NTLM authentication. Then you restart the IIS and SQL Server services. Does this meet the goal?