Currently an approximate ETA is by the end of the first half of this year. Please note that this is still just an approximate ETA. However, we're doing our best to make Host/Agent as well as the stable version of Viewer for Mac/Linux available for our users as soon as we can. Sorry for keeping you waiting.
Could you please send us the latest Host log files along with the Windows Event logs and the Host registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Usoris\Remote Utilities Host\ fr om a few Host machines wh ere the issue have re-occurred? You can send the files to email@example.com as usual. In addition, please specify the exact name of the Windows Update that was installed on the machines in question.
I've forwarded this issue to our developers and asked for their input on this in order to provide you with the most accurate information on how you can launch Viewer's UI this way. I'll get back to you with an update on this as soon as I hear back from our development department.
It seems like the issue occurs because Agent can't reach our public servers for some reason. Before we can proceed to further troubleshooting, please try the solutions listed on this KB page and see if any of them help to resolve the issue.
If you mean just viewing/switching between two monitors with the multi-monitor configuration at the Host's side, then it's already possible. You should be able to see both monitors when connecting to a remote Host and you can switch between displaying both or only one of them via the Remote monitors located on the Toolbar in the Full Control and View connection mode.
In case if you mean auto-mapping of the remote monitors to the local ones, then, unfortunately, this feature is not supported yet and there's no specific ETA on it yet. It is already added to our roadmap though, so we will definitely implement it in our future updates. Sorry for keeping you waiting.
Please make sure that you use the Full Control connection mode and not the View Only mode when accessing your remote Host machine.
In addition, please try enabling the Use legacy capture mode feature and see if this helps to resolve the issue, You can enable it in the Host Settings -> Other tab. After enabling the feature please make sure to restart Host in order for the changes to be applied. You can also enable the feature via Remote Settings - in this case Host will be restarted automatically after the changes are made.
Please note that I've replied to your email from an email address m******@*****l.com yesterday, soon after you've emailed us to the support address. I'll copy the email's content here as well just in case:
I've checked in our system and I see that there were two emails successfully sent to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org earlier today. I've tried re-sending an email to the same email address just in case — could you please double-check it once again to see if you've received it? If there's still no email, then it might be caused by your email provider blocking the emails — in this case, please try using another email address hosted with another provider (for example, Gmail).
It seems like your email provider is mistakenly blocking any emails coming from addresses with the domain *remoteutilities.com, hence why you haven't received the license key emails as well as our response. Please double-check with your email provider to see if they're blocking emails from us and ask them to remove our email addresses from their blocklist. Alternatively, as a temporary solution, please try using another email address hosted with another provider in order to generate your license key (for example Gmail).
The persistent notification banner is displayed when you connect to a remote Host using Viewer registered with a free license key or in trial mode and use Internet-ID connection. Currently the message can only be removed when connecting to a remote Host via Direct connection or fr om a Viewer registered with any commercial license. In addition, please note that the notification banner can be clicked through even if it's displayed.
However, we plan to implement an improvement that will allow users to hide this notification banner on the Viewer's side (i.e. so that the banner is only visible on the Host's side, but not on the Viewer's side). We hope to make this available in one of our next updates, however, we're still investigating this option, so there's no specific ETA on it yet. In addition, it will be possible to change the corner wh ere the notification banner is displayed - this feature will be available in one of the next updates as well. Hope that helps.
Unfortunately, there's no feature that would allow automatically blocking outdated Viewers from connecting to the RU Server. However, you can try setting up the Centralized License Key Management feature on the RU Server's side that allows to manage license keys centrally and assign license keys to connected Viewers. For example, it can be set up so that users would have to use a license key for version 7 in order to connect to the RU Server (and it wouldn't be possible if their Viewer is outdated since license key for version 7 is not compatible with Viewer of version 6). For more information on how to set this up, please see this blog post.