I just installed the new version on a remote pc using internet ID (this is a domain joined pc that uses NT authentication and its a fresh clean brand new PC). everything seemed to be working fine. the first time I accessed the pc everything was working, however a few days later I tried to access it and I could, however I could not send a ctrl alt del to the system, so i could not unlock/login to the PC I had to use [censored] to access pc, first I tried stopping/starting the RUT host. that didn't work so I then rebooted the pc, after a reboot I was able to connect and was able to send ctrl alt delete. if this happens every couple of days im back at square 1. thankfully I had installed [censored] as well, I simply cant trust Remote utilities until these crazy bugs are a thing of the past...
Thanks for the report. We didn't change anything in Ctrl + Alt + Del mechanism in this version.
Am I right assuming that rebooting of the remote PC helped? Sometimes it's actually necessary to reboot the remote PC after Host installation. Especially when it comes to using "system" features like Ctrl + Alt + Del.
I am not sure if I rebooted after I installed it, however I used it successfully that same night and it worked fine. the pc never sleeps as its a business workstation, when I went to connect tonight is when I saw the problem... as I said after connecting using an alternative Remote tool and rebooting the pc it now seems to be working again... I will update this post if it continues to happen.. I NEVER had this problem with the older version..
it is working perfectly for me on my home systems though (no internet ID) perhaps its has something to do with the internet ID/server?
no its not a server, the operating system is windows 7 ultimate x64
I just checked it again. same problem... only thing that gets it working again is to restart the service or restart the pc however this is not good because then I always need a second remote access tool installed.. so at this point I might as well just use the one that works.
Just to clarify, you cannot UN-lock the PC by sending Ctrl+Alt+Del command, correct? What happens when you simply click on a user icon on the Windows lock screen? When you are in Full Control mode, that is.
as per my email the mouse does seem to work, I can select switch user but it still doesn't help because the pc is locked and I cannot login as me if its locked. I need to send ctrl alt del in order to unlock the pc.
also just an fyi. it seems to stop working after the first time ctrl alt del is sent. for example. if I try to login and alt-ctrl del do not work I can either reboot the pc or restart the service. It will then accept the ctrl alt del sequence. but it will stop working. after a login if I initiate a ctrl alt del it will not bring up the options screen to lock, switch user logoff, etc. it seems to only work immediately after a service restart or rebooting but it will stop working shortly thereafter.