|21 Feb 2012||#1|
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Live Mesh Remote Connection Errors
I havent used Live Mesh Remote Desktop in a long time but I wanted to try it again this morning. However, Im having some frustrating issues.
Both computers are running Windows 7 x64 and have Remote Enabled in the Live Mesh setting.
1. The computer I wish to connect shows as available. I click Connect to this Computer.
2. The window pops up saying trying to connect. I see the Desktop of the other computer and it shows the Lock Window of the user logged in.
3. Anytime I click the Unlock to get in, an error pops up immediately and i lose the connection.
"Can't connect to this computer. There is a problem with the remote connection setting on "xxxx-PC". Start Live Mesh on "xxx-PC", click Remote, and make sure remote connections are allowed."
They are allowed, so what the heck is going on?
Also just to add. It seems that when I click Connect, a pop up comes up on the computer I wish to connect to asking if it wants to allow connections. Of course I click Yes, but even then, I keep getting the same error. And while both computers are in the same house now, what the hell is the point of having that pop up for a Remote connection if the two computers are not in the same place? Kind of defeats the purpose of Remote connection doesnt it? That and ive never seen on earlier versions.
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