A general question about UMS, if I have our UMS on a public cloud server, do I still need the igel cloud gateway?
I would say no but it’s a more secure way to use the igel cloud gateway because it’s optimized to run publicly.
Just in addition to Marvins point: Where are your endpoints located? in a private network?
I’m asking because of actively managing endpoints like sending settings or remote shadowing might fail because of NAT, etc…
As Sebastien noted, if the thin clients are on a N.A.T. network (which could be a user’s home network, a company office…), some functions might not (probably won’t) work without the Igel Cloud Gateway.
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