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Old 11-15-2017, 06:35 PM
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Question Connect Remotely to Server Manager

I'm trying to determine if the Mirth Connect Server Manager can be accessed remotely. I have been able to access the Mirth Connect Administrator remotely but I cannot find any information about accessing the server manager other than accessing it from the physical machine. My network people installed Mirth on a server that doesn't have a GUI so I cannot remote to the box and access the server manager within the system tray.
If not is there another way to change the database being used to store the Mirth database? I want to point it to a SQL Server 2012.
Are there configuration file settings that allow me to change all that information?
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Old 11-17-2017, 07:16 AM
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The Server Manager is not a client-server application, so there's no way to access it remotely. However everything that the Server Manager does can also be easily configured via the command line.

Look at the User Guide for more information. There's a section for the "mirth.properties" file, which you can edit to point Mirth Connect to whatever database you want.
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