I wonder if there is any way to access remotely a PC running the software, besides RDP of course. I have a client that wants a small deployment of such a solution and he is interested in recording locally and also be able to remote access the streams. I want to know if the software supports a web interface or maybe a thin client. Is something like this possible with the current version? I know that I can access the cameras individually by port forwarding but this isn't what the client needs.
Thanks a lot,
Yes they are the only small business camera that is not compatible is the WVC200. All Consumer grade cameras are not compatible either
Within the camera setup two users and passwords.(For example call one Admin (or whatever the SWVMS16 software in the office is using to access the camera)
and one called Home). The camera software will support multiple users. (What cameras are in play here?)
OK, first I should not have termed this a workaround. However if the SWVMS16 software is installed say at the office with 4 camera's and the client is wanting to log in and check the cameras from home. As stated there is not a way to remote into the software and view the cameras. That being said, there is nothing preventing the client from installing the monitoring software at home also and tapping into the remote IP and port of the camera. I would not try and record at both locations, just have the office server do the recording and just check in occasionally from the house. Please let me know how this works out for you.