I'm not sure LAC Falcon have anything to do with that. This is more like issues on our side (or rather on the datacenter side). Currently the servers are up and running and being monitored. But if you have any issues just let us know.
I'm sorry for the inconvenience but our servers have been up and running all that time. There hasn't been a single downtime. Our technical support has just responded to you via the ticket that you created. We will need log information from you to investigate why your computers cannot connect to our servers. If our servers had been down for 6 hours this forum would have already been flooded with reports from other users.
As for responding time - please , note that we have our support policy that states that Pro users receive technical support within 2 hours during the business working hours. Our business working ours are Mon-Fri 9 am to 5 pm EST (Eastern Time).
Anyway, we will do our best to help you figure out the issue, but please be informed that our server uptime have nothing to do with it at all. It's very unlikely that we (or other customers) wouldn't have noticed such an extended downtime given the fact that our servers are being monitored with 5 min (and sometimes 1 minute) interval.
At times the host stops running and i cannot connect with the remote computer.
When you say that the Host stops running do you mean that the Host service freezes/fails on the remote computer? Or just that the Host shows offline in your address book in Viewer? The latter can be caused by network connectivity issues , not necessarily by the Host itself being unresponsive.
If it's the former then we should find the reason why the Host service fails because this is abnormal behavior. I.e. we should fix the root cause.
We can schedule a remote session then to help you resolve this issue since it is hard to tell without actually seeing what's going on.
Will you be available for a session? Please, create a ticket so that we can schedule a session time and receive access credentials from you. Please, do not share access credentials publicly on the forum.
1. Fully exit the Viewer (File -> Exit). 2. Open C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Remote Utilities Files\ folder. Note that the AppData folder may be hidden by default in which case you'll need to enable "Hidden files and folders" in Windows Explorer settings. 3. In the folder above locate the file config_4.xml and delete it. 4. Run the Viewer and re-register it with your license key.
Also, see if you still have your address book backups in that folder. This will let you restore your address book as described here.