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 21 
 on: April 11, 2019, 09:12:56 am 
Started by Scroobius - Last post by briefremarks
Peter,

I'll gather my notes on this--I had this written down somewhere--and then summarize what I discovered.  As with Paul, the problem suddenly emerged, and as I remember it, it was when I moved from the Mach II to the Mach III.  I have W8 on the Music PC not W10. 

Ramesh

 22 
 on: April 10, 2019, 09:15:10 pm 
Started by Scroobius - Last post by PeterSt
Thank you very much, Paul.

So yeah, you are talking about the dreaded "circle" when playback commences and *then* you (abusively ?) cross away the RDC connection on the client side (the Music Server PC). Maybe it isn't super obvious, but that should just never be done and it can happen accidentally. But once done ... forget it. Now, if *that* could be solved by a password thing I - and everybody would be most happy to learn about the how. But I think this is not what this can be about. Or at least nothing that suddenly is an issue (it has been since W10).

Maybe Ramesh can contribute a bit here ?
Thanks a lot anyway !
Peter

 23 
 on: April 10, 2019, 08:24:52 pm 
Started by Scroobius - Last post by Scroobius
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But with this change (prior to it), did you have to enter a password somewhere ? I mean, I don't enter anyone at any time. So is this just an under the hood thing which makes you lose the RDC connection, or is it about (you) entering a password (like at bootup) which can't be entered because of how XXHighEnd deals with everything and then the connection is thus lost ?
Sorry for that impossible sentence ... I just don't know what this is about and I like to understand.

N.b.: Maybe way back at a very first time (years ago) I had to enter a password at making the connection from the Audio PC to the music server (data) PC. But ...

Like for everyone I had to enter the password for the target (MachII) for RDP to work and I ticked a box "remember password" IIRC and no problems it has always worked. And it still worked I could always connect via RDP. It only became a problem recently when XX went into unattended (and only after working successfully for a long time previously). So I am not really sure how this sorted the problem but it appears to have.

For a very long time I have had occasional random problems with the RDC connection in unattended. These problems manifested when in Unattended only where I would lose the ability to control via RDC. When I tried to reconnect via RDC a blue screen with a a spinning circle would show. Only a re-boot would fix it but there again I never really left if long enough to see if the connection came back up after the music finished and XX came out of unattended. I am hoping that is "fix" sorts that problem as well.

It does not make sense that the change to the security policy would fix the problem because it should only relate to RDC connections without a password. But as we connect with a password you would have to assume that something is happening in unattended that makes the target think the rdc connection does not have a password.

Cheers

Paul


 24 
 on: April 10, 2019, 08:16:29 pm 
Started by Scroobius - Last post by PeterSt
Hey Mani,

Thanks. Yes, odd. But I suppose that the Music Server PC with its always upgrading (ahum) W10 can act destructive on the Audio PC side ...
I don't use W10 on the Music Server PC, so it is a bit hard for me to sense what could be going on. But maybe it is no coincidence that Ramesh came up with a solution which readily works for Paul ?

Best regards,
Peter

 25 
 on: April 10, 2019, 07:52:29 pm 
Started by Scroobius - Last post by manisandher
Using RDC, I've always logged on with the username XXHE and password xx for both the Mach II and III. I've never had any issues.

I find it strange that Paul's issue seems to have come from nowhere - I mean, it was all working perfectly before, right?

Mani.

 26 
 on: April 10, 2019, 05:39:03 pm 
Started by Scroobius - Last post by PeterSt
Paul, thank you so much.

But with this change (prior to it), did you have to enter a password somewhere ? I mean, I don't enter anyone at any time. So is this just an under the hood thing which makes you lose the RDC connection, or is it about (you) entering a password (like at bootup) which can't be entered because of how XXHighEnd deals with everything and then the connection is thus lost ?
Sorry for that impossible sentence ... I just don't know what this is about and I like to understand.

N.b.: Maybe way back at a very first time (years ago) I had to enter a password at making the connection from the Audio PC to the music server (data) PC. But ...
wacko
Peter

 27 
 on: April 10, 2019, 04:53:49 pm 
Started by Scroobius - Last post by Scroobius
Hi Peter,

Yes I have Windows 10 on both PC's I use for remote access. But that is not where the problem is because I have the problem on both PC's and on my phone which I also use for remote access. The change has to be made on (in my case) MACHII so this is what needs to be done.

On the target PC (MachII running XXHigh) do the following in FullOS:

In run box type gpedit.msc to bring up group policy edit menu.

Under Windows Settings>Security Settings>Local Policies>Security Options  find "Accounts: Limit Local Use of blank passwords ......................"

Click on that and change it to "Disabled"

See attached image it shows the policy as "Enabled" change it to disabled.

That sorted the problem for me.

Hope that works.

As I mentioned in previous post I have had this problem a long time but it was random and fixed by a re-boot only to be a constant problem in the last couple of days.

Cheers

Paul









 28 
 on: April 10, 2019, 04:37:12 am 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by PeterSt
Happy

 29 
 on: April 10, 2019, 04:36:53 am 
Started by Scroobius - Last post by PeterSt
Guys,

May I assume that you have Windows 10 at the other side (Music Server PC) ?

Also, could you please tell us in what exact screen you denote that password not to be asked for ?
I'm asking because I seem to face a similar issue with a customer but it is not sure how this password thing would express itself because (obviously) at making the connection from the Audio PC to the Music Server PC nothing is asking for a password all the time (right ?).

Thanks a lot,
Peter

 30 
 on: April 10, 2019, 04:22:53 am 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by back2mine
Many thanks Peter for the advice

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