Added information to help on the keys situation. If by chance I try to hit Windows Key + Left Arrow (trying to reposition a window on the remote screen) it will not do anything except put the remote screen in a locked key status, like I am holding down a control key.
It used to be when I would start a session that the remote screen would have the focus. So, I start a session and then click the "CTRL-ALT-DEL" button for that session. I get my login screen on the remote computer, but if I do not click on that remote desktop, anything I type is not being sent to the remote computer. I have to click on the password field before I start typing.
I will note that this also seems to happen a lot when I switch between sessions. So, if I am working on session 1 and typing and working normally and then select session 2 by clicking the bar across the top of the window; I will have to then click inside of the window on the screen to start typing.
Thanks. Added to the test case.
Might this also be related to the problem I mentioned above about timing out to login screen?
It might or it might not. It depends. Only testing and analyzing the issue can tell.
Also, I just want to make sure I mention that I really like this product. For my usage, I think it is better in most comparisons to anything else out there. I appreciate all the help and work you guys are putting into this!!!
Thank you for the kind words! We'll do our best to fix the bugs as soon as possible. Your feedback is immensely helpful.
have been just reported by Google Paly about the new release...Just installed on my device... On the test Win 7 pc I've downloaded and executed the new Agent.exe as well...
I can connect from the device, as I see it reported in the RMS - Active Connections pop up, and the Log in the device reports "Connection to XXX established", but on the device I do just get a black screen with the keyboard icon/widget...
Thanks for the report. Did you try to wait for a few seconds for the remote screen to load?
1. You cannot manually generate the ID during MSI configuration because the output file is supposed to be used multiple times. Whereas the ID is a unique number/code.
So you either select the "Generate ID and send it via email" option, or get/generate the ID manually in the Host settings after the Host is installed.
2. If you are selecting the "Standard MSI" option, and launch the output file - the installation will look like a regular installation, with all installation wizard windows including the "set password" window. To silently install the program with all the settings you need use the "One-click" installer.