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ZMC and Middle Tier server

Hello.

Sorry if this sounds obvious to some of you but it is not for me 🙂

What if I want to use ZCM 10 to manage workstation outside of my LAN
perimeter (IOW, outside the firewall)?

In the past version, ZFD offered the "middle tier" server with which
"external" workstations could query the server and thus perform the
requested operations (such as imaging, remote control...) using only port
80/443.

What about ZCM?

Thanks,
Rob

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: ZMC and Middle Tier server

With ZCM the traffic between the workstation and server is all HTTPS, so no
need for a Mid-tier.

Ron

"Rob" <r.zini@strhold.it> wrote in message
news:LynNi.8375$NG7.3469@kovat.provo.novell.com...
> Hello.
>
> Sorry if this sounds obvious to some of you but it is not for me 🙂
>
> What if I want to use ZCM 10 to manage workstation outside of my LAN
> perimeter (IOW, outside the firewall)?
>
> In the past version, ZFD offered the "middle tier" server with which
> "external" workstations could query the server and thus perform the
> requested operations (such as imaging, remote control...) using only port
> 80/443.
>
> What about ZCM?
>
> Thanks,
> Rob
>



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