Hi Huff360, what I suspect is happening has been raised prior and fixed by Marc. This is an issue with hosting servers running IIS.
the way the tables are interpreted are different between linux and windows. From what I understand MySQL on windows interprets a missing default value as an error but in Linux it interprets it as a warning. I removed lines 86 & 87 from my.ini thereby disabling strict mode and voila! Everything works.
Please let me know if this fixes it as I’ll add this to the documentation for this Plugin.