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Can I access High Density Loggers remotely

Can I access High Density Loggers remotely

Can I access High Density Loggers remotely

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Can I use Go to My PC or Webex to work on Nice Loggers remotely.  In the past one used to use PC anywere to access
Servers. Has this changed?

RE: Can I access High Density Loggers remotely

nice only support Remote Desktop in console mode or VMC.

To access remotely you will need to have a VPN or RAS server and connect across to logger.

Pc anywhere was the old method and if an old logger you can still use this method but the new release loggers no longer come with pc anywhere.

RE: Can I access High Density Loggers remotely

Yes NICE also use gotomypc or webex to access remotely when VPN or modem access is not available.

Internally you are better off with RDP or VNC/dameware.

When I was born I was so suprised I didn't talk for 18 months
 

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