Afternoon All,

Just a quick question regarding SNAP tunnel's, is it possible to use them from a workstation with just the client installed rather than having to do it from the server?

Thanks Dan

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The SNAP tunnel works between the main service and the satellite. If your console was on the same network (say your work station) and you connected to the main service you should be able to use the tunnel.

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answered 15 May '14, 09:30

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Hi Dan,

You can use the SNAP Tunnel feature from where you install the main service and the satellite. If you install the satellite on a workstation and the main service is on the server you should still be able to use the tunnel. SNAP Tunnel Documentation

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answered 14 May '14, 10:24

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Hi Quinn,

Thanks for the response, just to clarify; the SNAP tunnel works from the main service or the satellite, it wont work from a client only install?

Regards Dan

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Hi Quinn,

Thanks for the response, just to clarify; the SNAP tunnel works from the main service or the satellite, it wont work from a client only install?

Regards Dan

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