So now I'm unable to launch my Viewer, as the process gets killed right away. And for some reason, I'm unable to make an exception for it in Windows Defender, which may be a Group Policy in my corporate Windows 10.
This trojan has been around most of 2016, and most people claim it's a false positive, but being unable to add an exception for the Viewer exe in Defender, I'm stuck with no remote access.
Remote Upgrade is not working, after downlading the updated Portable Viewer. I keep getting auth errors, even though I can do a Full remote session. I don't have time right now to mess with it, I will try again at home tonight.
Here are the errors I get:
***** Start of log ***** Date: 12/15/2016 11:33:53 AM Action: install/upgrade. Checking files of the RUT Host. ---------- Action for: VNTESTBED (VNTESTBED) Auth try to the host... Unable auth. ***** End of log *****
You're killing me Conrad :) You should always update the version number. It prevents situations like this. I'm using the Portable Viewer, so I will try download a fresh version. I did experience an issue with Remote Upgrade, so hopefully this will fix it.
Trying to use text chat from a Viewer 18.104.22.168 to a Host v22.214.171.124, both Windows 10. Using private Server. When I'm in a session, and I click Chat in the Toolbar, it opens beside my session window. When I type into it, nothing is sent to the remote, with either pressing Enter key, or clicking Send button. Host and no chat window appears on the other side either. Experienced this with a Host v126.96.36.199 running on Windows 7 as well.
Tried upgrading the Host remotely to version 188.8.131.52, but it failed. I will update if I'm successful and if the upgrade has any effect on chat.