Using CitectSCADA > Compiling and Running a Project > Running Your System Over the Internet

Running Your System Over the Internet

If you have a computer with Internet access, you can use it to run your project over the Internet from a remote location. Your computer would then be called an Internet Display Client. This is basically a runtime-only version of CitectSCADA; you can run your project from that computer, just as you would from any normal client. However, an Internet Display Client cannot be a server, and it cannot be used to make configuration changes - you can only run your project.

The Internet Display Client is not supported on Windows Vista. It will still operate correctly on earlier Operating Systems, however there are no plans to provide support for IDC on Vista and above in the future.

Note: CitectSCADA also allows you to run your projects in a standard Web browser across a network of LAN-connected computers. See the CitectSCADA Web Client.

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