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20-10-2020, 16:51   #16
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I will be contacting them prior to doing anything, for the exact reason you have stated!!!
Actually, whoever supplies and supports the servers that the Socrates system sits on might be better positioned to answer. It is really a 'remote access' question, not a Socrates question.
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20-10-2020, 23:08   #17
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This might suit?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AnyDesk
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22-10-2020, 22:06   #18
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My alternative to team viewer is remoteutilities.com
Free licence for connections up to 10 sites.
Never had an issue with it.
If you prefer you can setup your own server to link you and the remote site.

https://www.remoteutilities.com/index.php?src=app
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This popped up on the main page so I have to throw in my 2 cents......

Under GDPR health data is needs to have additional security considerations added to it so considering even a well known, tried and tested solution like Teamviewer would be dodgy, I'd imagine the GP has some kind of malpractice insurance that would include wrongful disclosure of patient data so I'd tread extremely carefully.

From a technology point of view there's LOADS of cheap, easy way of doing it, from a data point of view I wouldn't touch it with a bargepole.
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Thanks for the reply guys, are there other setups besides teamviewer??
Just want to give them a few options price wise, teamviewer is 15 quid a month
Neorouter is a free option and almost zero configuration I have used this myself for many years and find it does everything I need. Eg proxy shared network folders and remote desktop
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26-10-2020, 23:00   #21
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I also use neorouter - you need a 'server' - win 7 would do.
I do prefer remoteutilities.com
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I also use neorouter - you need a 'server' - win 7 would do.
I do prefer remoteutilities.com
You would be happy to base the security of private medical information on an unsupported operating system?
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You would be happy to base the security of private medical information on an unsupported operating system?

Not my decision.
It also works on 'supported' os'es
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These are the kind of people that you're up against

https://krebsonsecurity.com/2020/10/...u-s-hospitals/
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