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Thread: Is it possible to access a multi-user project from outside the local are network?

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    Default Is it possible to access a multi-user project from outside the local are network?

    Hello,
    I have set up a multi-user project with some clients on the same local network. This project is working properly.
    Is it possible for a client to access and edit this project from outside the local network?
    When I try to insert this project on this remote client I use the public IP address of my server (which I have set up to host the project Database) (X.X.X.X) and receive this error:

       Could not reach this computer 'X.X.X.X'!
       Queries to the database server on the computer 'X.X.X.X' are not possible! Possible reason: missing authorization 

    When I try to include a port number (X.X.X.X:1433) I receive the same error.

    I am able to ping 'X.X.X.X:1433' from the remote client.

    What could be the problem? 

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    Default Re: Is it possible to access a multi-user project from outside the local are network?

    Any new on this topic?? I have the same issue when I have the client on the same local network

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