Hi there --
Thanks for your reply. I tried connecting via SSH in a previous attempt, but was unsuccessful at that time. The reason for that failure
was due to the script on the workstation. The text of which is shown below:
# This script will provide access to the tcs application which
# is located on the mcrs1 server.
# First disable access control so that only the tps server can connect
# to this client.
xhost + <address of network firewall/gateway>
# Establish a telnet session with mcrs3. NOTE: The address in question is
# the address that mcrs1 has on the Partners network, and not the internal
# tcs network address. The syntax shown below is designed to prompt the
# operator for the appropriate username and password.
ssh -x -l tps <address of network firewall/gateway>
When I connected to the workstation that has the script from my pc, I ran the following command
to enable the X application to be displayed on my pc.
export DISPLAY=<pc address>:0
When I ran the above script, the error message that I received was the following:
xhost: must be on local machine to add or remove hosts.
If I can get past this, then the SSH option might work.