Solvedrobomongo [1.0 RC1] Can't connect to replica set to MongoDB Atlas Cluster 3.4

I'm having trouble connecting Robomongo 1.0 RC1 to a 3-node replica set on MongoDB Atlas. I'm running Mac OS X 10.12.3. The blog post for the 1.0 RC1 release shows a screenshot of Robomongo connected to an Atlas replica set, but I am not able to get it to work. Robomongo gives this error:SSL connection failure:

For what it's worth, I am able to import data into Atlas from the Terminal via this command (sensitive details changed):

mongorestore --host --port 27017 --username my_username --password my_password_here --db db_name --authenticationDatabase admin --ssl --collection MyRecord --drop MyRecord.bson

Below are the screenshots of my Robomongo configuration (again, sensitive details changed):

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29 Answers

✔️Accepted Answer

I found that the Set Name is not optional for MongoDB Atlas Cluster. Also, the way @jeebb puts it, didn't work for me. Turns out my replicaSet name was not called the same as the cluster members prefix. I found the correct one on any of the connect strings that Atlas gives.

They can be found as @vahapgencdal says on:
->clustors page and find overview tab
than click connect button.
any of the options have a replicaSet= parameter

Other Answers:

This is how I config the connection and it works perfectly:

In my atlas, the node ...-shard-00-02 is marked as primary node. Therefore, I have to move this member to the top of the list in the connection dialog (other settings are the same as yours).