How to Start Remote Access Connection: iOS

 

To start ISL Mobile using your Server License you need to first create a Domain and User Name.  Please read through the following guide in order to do this.

To start a connection using ISL Mobile, please follow the instructions below.


Step 1

On your Mobile device, locate and touch to start loading the ISL Light App.

 

Step 2

Touch the  button at the top left corner of the login screen to load the Main Menu screen.

 

Step 3

Touch the  option to change the Server Details.


Step 4

Edit the ISL Server so that it contains the server address you use to run ISL Online products. An example is shown below.

 

Step 5

Touch the  Button to return to the Main Menu then click .


Step 6

You will now need to enter your User Account details created on the server an example is shown below.

 

Step 7

Once you have logged into your account you will see a list of computers that you have installed ISL AlwaysOn Remote Access on to. Click on the computer you wish to access from the list.

Note: You can only log in to those computers with the green icon where the connection is live. Any computers that are not live are either switched off or have had remote access disabled from the ISL AlwaysOn application that is installed onto that computer.

 

Note: You can view more information on the computers details by touching the  button.

 

Step 8

You will be asked to provide the Access Password (the password you setup when installing the application to the particular computer you are going to access). Please enter this to load the connection.

Important: Access Passwords are case sensitive.

 

Step 9

At the start of your first connection you will notice the instruction box appear. Please read through these to understand how to navigate around the remote computer.

Note: You can turn this off at any time by moving the Show Instructions option to the Off position.

 

Step 10

Now you will see the remote computers screen.

Quick Tip: You can zoom in on the screen by using the Pinch instruction.

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