I tried your advice and created a new MSI using the online configurator. I skipped the settings regarding setting an internet id and in the next step I selected to change only the settings that include the language. I only selected Greek there and I did not sel ect any other setting.
On a Windows 10 system with a 6.10 host and internet-id enabled I opened an admin cmd prompt and ran the installer using
msiexec /i RUT.188.8.131.52.msi /qn
. I wanted to simulate installation via a GPO. I saw that the host icon disappeared fr om the tray. Additionally, under add/remove programs RU host 184.108.40.206 was listed.
I rebooted, but the RU icon did not come up. Checking at the services, there is no "Remote Utilities - Host" service listed. Trying to "Start host" from programs does nothing.
Thank you for creating a Greek translation. It's quality is great as well!
There's a minor spell error: when the viewer is offered to retrieve a license key from RU Relay, two options are offered basically, either accept or skip the step altogether. Skip has been translated as Παράληψη which means to forget something. The correct term is Παράλειψη.
Like I said, just a small thingy to fix at a later stage :)
I've deployed the new relay and also some test 220.127.116.11 viewers. I'm running some problems with the latter one, so I want to do some limited testing utilizing the 18.104.22.168 host on certain systems.
In order to keep my 6.10 settings on the existing hosts (especially whether internet-id is enabled or not and, if it is enabled, to keep the same Remote ID) I've created an MSI using the online configurator on which I've basically skipped settings creation.
It seems to work great, albeit one small quirk. I see that the newest host supports the Greek language as well (I'll open a different thread for some notes on that one) which is great! However, since the new MSI uses the old settings, the host is run in English.
Which would be an easy way to alter the language and set it to Greek? I could generate a new MSI, but there are a lot of settings not shared between my hosts, so I'd have to perform a search, categorize clients and generate a different MSI for each category. And the MSI wizard does not allow me to modify only a single property.
Is language something that can be changed easily in registry? If it was I could easily run a GPO.
we have an installation based on 6.10, utilizing a RU relay and 6.10 portable viewer.
We have updated the relay to the newest version 3. It seems it provides a way to provide the license key to viewers connecting to it. Is that correct? I did enable this option.
On my portable 6.10 viewer which had a site license key I updated to the newest 22.214.171.124. Upon start I was notified that the license has expired. I did sign-in to the RU relay hoping that it would download the license key to my viewer. It didn't.
Did I misunderstand what the deploy key option in RU relay does? Any info will be appreciated.
I found that the internet-id is embedded in a binary key, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Usoris\Remote Utilities Host\Host\Parameters
As far as I can see this is an XML file encoded into a binary reg key. Which would be the fastest way to change the internet-id part of this key to a value of my own (specifically, insert the id of the old xp system)?
Apologies, I just noticed that I did not clearly write what I am doing. I am replacing XP boxes with new, Windows 10 ones. So I want to "copy" the internet-id of the existing boxes to the RU host installations on the respective Windows 10 rigs.