Thanks for the quick response!
Sorry I didn't reply sooner, for some reason, I didn't get notification of your response.
Rudi De Vos wrote:Just to be sure....
PC A ( you want to share) has access code AA and passwd PASA
On PC B, you enter code AA with passwd PASA
Yes, on Computer A (the "host"), I'm presented with a AC & PW, which I then type in on the boxes in Computer B (the "viewer").
Rudi De Vos wrote:If you have 2 PC at home, try to connect the 2 home PC ( connect should indicate LAN)
LAN mean that internal ip addresses are used to connect ( sample 10.10.10.1 connect to 10.10.10.2)
This should always work...no natrouter is used, data can only be blocked by local firewals
WAN mean that external ip addresses are used to connect ( sample 188.8.131.52 connect 184.108.40.206)
both addresses are the external natrouter ip adresses. This only works if we are able to make a hole
in the router ( this should work in 99% of the cases). Your company can block ports or use special nat routers
that block hole punching...the security need to allow it.
First try home to home with both PC on the same network.
I have 4 computers at home on the same local area network, and four at work on their own same local area network. Both networks are using a router. The PCs at work do not have any sort of firewall against LAN traffic, but there is some firewalling going on on the router side against WAN traffic. The PCs at home are the same way. The problem exists whether I'm using WAN or LAN connections (note that all connections at home and work are Ethernet, and Wi-Fi; yes, I did run Cat6 through the rafters in my house).
As a reference, they are all running RemotelyAnywhere, uVNC, and TeamViewer. I have also tried disabling each of these on several of the computers, with no change as to the success/failure of connecting through the uVNC2me.
Rudi De Vos wrote:That the loopback close is strange..
Sorry... to clarify, the application only "self-closes" when I'm doing a "normal" (non loopback) connect. Sorry for the miscommunication on my part about that.
Rudi De Vos wrote:WHat's the exe you are using ( xp/Vista)
I have tried both, with and without compatibility modes, etc. I even tried using the "Run As Administrator", although each of the user accounts involved were either a member of the Administrators permissions group (only) or the actual Administrator account itself. It may also be important to note that there is no AD/Domain/etc. involved in either location (that is planned to happen at work by the end of the year).
Mykron wrote:...The link to the x64 Version is wrong and not listed correctly...
Agreed. The download page (http://www.uvnc.com/downloads/pchelpware/108-uvnc2me-downloads.html
) actually lists the x86 version twice. I could see this as being the issue when connecting to or from my x64 machines, but not when I'm going from x86 to x86 (LAN or WAN).
I think that the premise of this application is EXACTLY what I've been hoping to find for years now. I wholeheartedly appreciate the time you've devoted to develop it. If only I could get it to work! I'm sure there's something simple that I'm missing...
Is there a certain folder from which this needs to be ran?