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Paul Harris
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Remote Access

Post by Paul Harris » 24 Mar 20 21:18

I have been a Single User, Local Machine Installed version user for many years, since original IDImager days. Forgive me if this is embarrassingly obvious to many of you, but because of the realm I have operated in all these years, I HAVE to ask.

I may be looking at opening my catalog, if only for viewing, with certain remote family members. In order to have multiple access, I presume I would have to migrate to the Server Ediition, but I have always been under the impression that it would only work on a LAN. What options exist, and has there ever been any talk of a cloud based version of Photo Supreme?

Thanks,

Paul

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Re: Remote Access

Post by Hert » 25 Mar 20 15:45

Hi Paul, a web module is not available. Your best option is to sync a portfolio that you'd like to share with Flickr and share that with your family.
This is a User-to-User forum which means that users post questions here for other users.
Feature requests, change suggestions, or bugs can be logged in the ticketing system

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Re: Remote Access

Post by Paul Harris » 25 Mar 20 17:20

Thanks, Hert.

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Re: Remote Access

Post by G8DHE » 25 Mar 20 17:42

You can always VNC into the machine from the remote location perhaps ?
https://www.realvnc.com/
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Re: Remote Access

Post by Paul Harris » 26 Mar 20 21:25

Thanks, Geoff. I'll look into this.

Paul

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Re: Remote Access

Post by Username » 09 Apr 20 19:21

In either way you stay at single user or move to the server based PSu.
Remember to never ever open up ports in your router for direct access to your lan and computers on the inside.

Either set up a VPN server or check out if your router comes with it built in.
The VPN into your network and from there you can connect to your workstation.
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