Remote Connections

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Christopher Metz

I am considering this product to provide 3rd party data analysis, and would
like to know if i could connect to remote locations, simply to run reports.
These locations are unrelated, so i assume using the HQ version would be
ineffective.

Can i just use the standard version and connect to the remote MSSQL servers
for each of my clients?
 
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Jeff

Christopher,

You could VPN into the stores. Not "officially" supported by MS though.



I am considering this product to provide 3rd party data analysis, and would
like to know if i could connect to remote locations, simply to run reports.
These locations are unrelated, so i assume using the HQ version would be
ineffective.

Can i just use the standard version and connect to the remote MSSQL servers
for each of my clients?
 
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Junaid Idrees

Jeff,

Cellular is available but tell me how can do it.The same question i posted 2
weeks ago but i did not get any response.jeff, tell me in detail how satelite
OR cellular can provide connectivity.i mean to say how RMS will work.i m
expecting a good n detail response from U.

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With Regards
Junaid Idrees
Associate Project Manager
Enterprise Business Solutions
4th Floor mehdi towers,shahra-e-faisal karachi,Pakistan.
092-021-4392536
 
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Jeff

Junaid,

Attach a cell phone to the HQ Client machine and when a request to connect
to HQ, it dials out to your cellular's Internet connection or direct dials
your HQ Server. Info is then sent both ways and disconnects.

I would expect that there is an option for satellite phone service too, but
I understand that's extremely expensive.


Another type of satellite service might be available using television
satellites, there the connection is always on.

I don't know what communication options you have in Pakistan, but either
service is more expensive, yet is quite common here in the States.
 
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j

This router works well with certain cell phone PCMCIA air cards.
Kyocera KR1.
http://www.kyocera-wireless.com/kr1-router/

Put this in at a client location with no DSL or cable availability, and they
were able to get all machines online via verizons newest air card.

This should also be good for a mobile HQ client, say at a flea market, trade
show, etc....

We have a couple of these routers if anyone needs one or two...

Jamieson Gill
www.savitas.net
 
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