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The Passwordstate mobile client is actually just a mobile friendly website that you point your mobile phone browser to.  It is set up  automatically with your initial installation of Passwordstate, and if your phone is on your internal network range ie connected to company wifi, then you should be able to access it already.  To access your mobile site, you simply append /mobile to your Passwordstate URL.  For example:  https://<your_passwordstate_url>/mobile

 

If you want to access your mobile client from outside your internal network, you will need to ensure an external DNS is configured for the URL you're using, and the firewall itself can pass traffic to your Passwordstate web site.

 

If you want to install the Mobile Client web site separate from your main Passwordstate install, i.e. in a DMZ or another 'hardened' server, then the following instructions will help with this - https://www.clickstudios.com.au/downloads/version7/Mobile_Client_Installation_Instructions.pdf

 

The following manual will also give you some idea of how our mobile client works - https://www.clickstudios.com.au/downloads/version7/Passwordstate_Mobile_Client_Manual.pdf

 

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Hi,

 

Well I haven't extensively tried the mobile web client, but it seems quite "simple" at first sight. I was just wondering if if was missing something as there is some kind of mobile installer in the main installation zipfile of PasswordState.

Anyway, thanks for your answer.

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