The RMS is an integrated application that can be integrated with other applications, such as CMOD. Reports and model are passed in to the RMS from external application via the http header. I am not sure why you need to use the RMSClient. If you need to test a report outside of the CMOD, you can use the testframework:
In the testframeowrk page click on the Interactive or Default button. On the next page you can specify a username, report and model location, and then click on the connect new windows button. If you don't specify a report and model, the TestFramework use the default report and model.
If you really want to use the RMSClient with different user, then login to the MSAdmin. Add a new user and set its privilege to the RMSAdmin..
then launch the RMSClient, enter username and password. on the home page, you can add a report and a model. Then logout, Use the TestFramework and specify the same RMS account and password. When you connect to the RMS, you will see the report and model that you added in the RMSClient.
I can get in using that url. By default the user Id field show userid. If I click on the connect button, it works but I cannot add a report and model manualy like when I login with the admin id. There is no add button. If I change the userid to mine, the top info shows Welcome but I still have the same default report and model which points to Classic.prn and Model Lesson11.xmod and Music_Shipping_ESStype_Modelv4.xmod which looks like some training model.
How do you login to the MSAdmin? Is it another url or application?
When you use the TestFramework page, it passes report and model via the http header. When you are in the RMS, you cannot add a report, however, there is tab called model, and you can add a model in the Model tab.
When you login as userid, the application creates the userid as a new user (if it does not exist), and adds it to the RMSGroup. You need to login to the admin page so you can see users and group.
When you install the Monarch Server, the default virtual directory name for the admin page is MSAdmin. Please check the IIS, under Default Web Page and see what is the virtual directory name. The default username and password is Admin and password respectively.