Yes i have , best way to describe, on the connections list when logged on they are green, if a use Shift to highlight all the green connections and right click to loggoff only the last in the list logs off and not the others, was working fine in the previous version
Thank you for the report. Indeed, there is a bug which wasn't evident at first. Actually, the mass logoff works but when the groups are enabled (Viewer Options -> View tab -> Use group view). When groups are disabled, mass logoff only works on the last item.
We'll add the fix to the nearest update of the Windows version, which is pretty soon.
Actually we are ready to release, we are just waiting for some test results on this issue.
Also, given how intolerant and indiscriminate antiviruses have become, this time we'll have to first initiate the virus checks and make sure that at least the most critical false detections are removed before we make the version public. This may delay the release from a few days to a week, but this is a necessary evil.
Hi Conrad, Thanks for the update. So the version you are rolling out sets the recovery option in the host service to run the exe with the -restart flag (like what is configured by your CMD file?
I have noticed a few hosts that fail after updates but in my experience it was older hardware that I assumed dependency with other slow starting services was timing out your start. a further reboot seems to cure the issue (or even a spin of the host service).
As for AV false detections, it seems Google or Windows Security is blocking my current custom EXE installer v188.8.131.52. Does the code signing certificate expire?
Version 184.108.40.206 has been released. The bulk log off has been fixed, as well as MS Windows Defender false detection (although we do not guarantee anything with today's dismal state of 'antivirus' software industry :) ).