Unfortunately, it is currently not available to specify installation path when building a custom Host installer. But we do have this suggestion on our wish list.
Why don't you just change the Windows user to standard instead of administrator. If they are not an administrator, they won't be able to uninstall the Host or tamper with files in the Program Files folder.
Generally, yes. Although we do have servers in England, using your own server can make a remote connection faster. This is because network packets will travel a much shorter route, especially if the server is located closer to one end of the remote connection, usually the Viewer.
This guide will help you set up RU Server as a relay server.
And how exactly you install/propagate the Host remotely? Do you have direct network connectivity with remote PCs to perform push-install? Or are you preparing a custom one-click installer package for someone to run on the remote PC?
I'm not sure what might be causing this problem, but it only makes sense to test the most recent version, which is 126.96.36.199 as of this writing. Could you please update your Viewer to 188.8.131.52. and also a few of your Hosts and see if the problem persists.
It says on the Starter page that if you want to upgrade to Mini you just pay the difference. I can't seem to find where to do that on the website?
Yes, that is correct. Currently, we are finishing preparing a special upgrade form which will allow our customers to order upgrade keys. Meanwhile, we can simply give you a 50% discount for the MINI license.
Feel free to start a support ticket and I'll send you your coupon code. Thanks!
Then it's either an outdated root certificate or intermediate certificate problem. As an example, here is how the monitor driver properties window looks now on our test PC, RU version 184.108.40.206 downloaded from the site.