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So I have Installed Cura on my windows system , I want run the cura software on the remote server that means running the software on Virtual Machine ( Eg - Windows Server ) .

So, How to setup the Cura On remote server , And So that I can upload a file and get the details from cura server that is running on remote system .

Example :

 

  • Consider Cura Running on the remote server
  • User Upload the design which has to be sent to the remote server
  • And, Processing will be done in Cura and the result/required data must be sent back to the user from remote system

 

So Any Suggestions like how to setup ? Really It would be helpful from your end .

Kindly Do The Needful .

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