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RMS 2.0 SP2 "does not enable remote access"

In the Microsoft article "How Microsoft Dynamics RMS can help with PCI compliance", there is a single mention of "Microsoft Dynamics RMS does not enable remote access". Unfortunately, the article doesn't explain exactly what this means.
Does this mean after installing RMS SP2 that I won't be able to administer our Server remotely? Or is RMS itself somehow restricted? Or the POS's?
I'm sorry Microsoft--this sentence raises more questions that it explains.
thanks, randy
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Randy B.,
It simply means that RMS doesn't turn on any way, by it's installation, = to access the computer(s) remotely, you would have to do it yourself. MS = Word or Excel, for example, don't either.=20
If you set up remote access to your computer, it will continue to be = accessible after the installation.
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In the Microsoft article "How Microsoft Dynamics RMS can help with PCI =
compliance", there is a single mention of "Microsoft Dynamics RMS does = not=20 enable remote access". Unfortunately, the article doesn't explain = exactly=20 what this means.
Does this mean after installing RMS SP2 that I won't be able to = administer=20 our Server remotely? Or is RMS itself somehow restricted? Or the = POS's?
I'm sorry Microsoft--this sentence raises more questions that it = explains.
thanks, randy=20
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Randy B.,   It simply means that RMS doesn't turn on any = way, by=20 it's installation, to access the computer(s) remotely, you would have to = do it=20 yourself. MS Word or Excel, for example, don't either.   If you set up remote access to your = computer,=20 it will continue to be accessible after the installation. -- Jeff Check Point Software   Search this newsgroup --
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= in message=20 news:Oo7lcHh0IHA.3968= @TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...In=20 the Microsoft article "How Microsoft Dynamics RMS can help with PCI=20 compliance", there is a single mention of "Microsoft Dynamics RMS = does not=20 enable remote access".  Unfortunately, the article doesn't = explain=20 exactly what this means.Does this mean after installing = RMS SP2=20 that I won't be able to administer our Server remotely?  Or = is RMS=20 itself somehow restricted?  Or the POS's?I'm sorry=20 Microsoft--this sentence raises more questions that it=20 explains.thanks,randy
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