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Remote Display Access

Use Remote Display Access (RDA) to allow someone from a remote location to view an operating display.

MTG Connection: Verify software versions of display and MTG are compatible and communicating.

Signal Strength: View signal strength to assess if a Remote Display Access session can be connected successfully. Poor cellular signal may prevent a session from connecting.

Blue Outline: When a Remote Display Access session is in progress, there is a blue outline around the display screen to indicate the session is active.

End Session: End session from the display in order to stop sharing display screen with a remote user.

Using Remote Display Access

From a computer or mobile device, log in to JDLink.com or MyJohnDeere.com and select the desired machine. Initiate a Remote Display Access session to send a RDA request to the operator in the cab. The request message must be accepted to start the session.

Once connected, the display view is sent through an Ethernet cable to the machine's MTG. Using a cellular connection, information from the MTG is sent to John Deere's communications network allowing the display screen to be viewed on JDLink.com or MyJohnDeere.com.

From a remote location, the operator in the cab can be assisted with display setup, optimization, and troubleshooting.