No one else has brought this up?!
What are the options?
- VPN connection
- RDP connection (a cal per user)
- EWA (Epicor through a web browser)
- Some of this REST magic
- Install the client on a home computer?
We have 1, 2 and 3 functional already. Number 4 is not set up and I can’t imagine the work to create your own entire ecosystem.
Number 5 is the big unknown for me. I have not been successful with it. Epicor is on-premises for us. I know single-sign-on would not work. I have a secondary app server using a Net.Tcp Endpoint binding of UsernameSSLChannel, which I thought was sufficient.
But when I try to log on outside of the network, I get the errors below. It still looks for a local (in-network) path, and not the address on the SSL certificate, like www.SomePublicURL.com. Can I just modify the config file? Or is there a different problem here?
How does this work for cloud users?