We have Prognosis 11.4. I believe we have 2 methods to access Prognosis data. Option 1 s the client portal and option 2 uses a specific web site address. We run Prognosis today in a secured network that requires additional credentials to access it. Is it possible for option 2 to exist on the other side of the secured network (like on the LAN)?
It is not 2 factor authentication. I spoke with someone who has more experience and learned of a unique web site that is behind our secured network. I can access that server with out concern. My question is being able to access the same Prognosis data on the other side of the secured platform. I expect the hurdle is for me to convince our information security team that the exposure to critical data is limited. I think it is limited, anyway. Can there be system commands that could crash the system?
Hey Scot Clark. What did you mean by 2 factor authentication? Is that another layer of security that only allows specific access to specific people to the web gui? We have a RAS soluton that people use to access our secured network. The code changes every minute and is unique to each individual. Is there a special device that can be used with 2 factor authentication?
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