1. What are all the links in the white squares, as I don't get that on my interface v3.b8 (local to server)
Are you talking about the RX/TX monitors? These are the only white boxes I have on my map.
2. Webserver in Las Vegas; Dude in Florida Not sure of proper setup for export to webserver.
Have The Dude export the file so that the webserver has access to the PNG in order to pull the file from. You will have to set this up from the Dudes' interface, not via the web. From within the map itself, click on Settings, then go to the Export tab. Select your type (PNG), and interval. It will likely place the PNG on the desktop - there is no way to specify a path for it - Feature Request?
From the web server, you will need to create the web page that will call the image from its location on the network, or create a script that will copy the PNG from its location to the web server. Then just have the have the web page call the image for display.
Ideally, you will want to keep the images so you can go back over a period of time to see when something occurs. Having the files named incrementally would be a plus.
3. I am running the Dude on Win XP Pro, I have not been able to get configure remote access to view the dude remotely.
From the Dude console, click on the Settings button in the upper Left (the one under Tools, not in the map view). Go to the Server tab. For Remote and Web Access, check the check boxes to enable them. In the Allowed Addresses boxes, fill in the addresses that you want to have access to The Dude remotely or via the web. You can use ranges or individual IP addresses to configure this.
Once this is set up you should be able to access it remotely via http://<ipaddress>/login.html
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