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The remote manager is typically only required if you enable the provisioning actions for available scrpts. For instance, to get the terminal server information from AD, you use the remote manager to run on a machine that has the powershell enabled. Or for Exchange, you use the remote manager to use the Exchange Tool Kit and powershell scripts.1 person found this helpful
If you are only using the typical provisioning and recon actions, then no. I would suggest you install the connector, and run your tasks based on your requirements and if you end up needing the remote manager, go from there, but typically you won't need it for the basics.