Latest version. I am trying to create an installer to update ALL hosts from external IP address to hostname. I can ping the server by hostname and IP address from the outside. When clicking on the MSI configurator, It tryes to connect to the hostname but cannot. I have checked firewall rules and have ports 5650-5670 open in my firewall TCP/UDP. Still cannot get the host MSI configurator to connect. Am I missing a port that the MSI configurator is looking for?
At the end of the configurator, I click on finish and it tries to connect to your configurator so that I can get a signed .exe file but for some reason, it cannot connect. I click on retry but I get the same error.
Please note that there is no difference for the MSI Configurator if you use a self-hosted RU Server or our public ID server to connect to remote Host machines since the MSI Configurator works via the regular network connection and you only need to make sure that *.remoteutilities.com can be accessed by the program. In case if you'd had a proxy on the Viewer's side, then some settings of this proxy might have been causing the issue.
However, regarding the issue itself, could you please clarify if, by any chance, the issue with the MSI Configurator occurs on a machine running on Windows 7? If this is the case, then the issue is most probably caused by outdated security protocols (namely TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1) which are no longer supported by the configuration server. In order to resolve the issue, you need to enable TLS 1.2 support on your Viewer machine. Please try following this step-by-step tutorial on enabling TLS 1.2 support and see if this helps to resolve the issue.
Please let us know if the above solution worked for you.