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Alarm DVR with SBS 2008

Posted on 2013-10-30
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Our SBS 2008 network has a new PC added which is the controller of a DVR for security cameras.  It is NOT on the domain but is connected to the network switch so has Internet access.

There is a remote application to connect to the DVR from mobile devices but I cannot get a secure connection.  The required router port has been forwarded to the DVR machine which has a static IP but without any success.  In fact, I can't even ping the DVR machine on the network.

Does this machine need to be added to the domain?
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What service is the remote application running as, if associated with a user account I would add the computer to the domain.
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It's using an iPhone app "I-Smart Viewer."
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