Setting the new JTurbo property "authentication" to "Windows".
Setting the new JTurbo property "clientDomain" to the domain in which JTurbo is running.
Setting the JTurbo property "clientHost" to the host on which JTurbo is running.
If using JTurbo 3.x or older:
We know of no way to encrypt this protocol.
Most people put their code that uses JTurbo behind a firewall.
For example, clients (web browsers) talk to a web server via SSL (https), and the web server invokes code which uses JTurbo to connect to an SQL Server installation which is behind that same firewall.