Remote Server Stopped working after Windows 10
Adrian Mussanna 00
Hi I just upgraded to Windows 10 and the app and server can't connect.
It doesn't find it in the servers section, doesn't work when being added manually. I used the firewall settings from the tutorial and still no luck.
Can someone please help?
Check windows defender. We are still trying to learn what problem show up on Windows 10.
Necole Wedderburn 00
I Can't even uninstall it. can someone help. it says its running even though I stopped the server
Adrian Mussanna 00
Nope all clear in defender, still the same issues. I think its due to the OS upgrade, but it did work shortly after the upgrade. Then there were a bunch of windows updates and then no it stopped working completely.
I have Windows 10 as well. I constantly have to restart the server and delete the server from my Android app so that it can discover it again. Then it works for maybe a couple of hours or so. Then I get a WiFi connection error. Sometimes I even reset my WiFi connection on my phone to see if that helps, but it really doesn't. I'm very disappointed. I have used this program for a while now and really enjoyed it. Now it's becoming a frustration. I ordered a Bluetooth dongle to see if I can connect via Bluetooth with better luck.
andrew m 00
Same problem. Running Windows 10 and the log shows repeated discovery requests from my phone, but the phone never finds the server
I installed Unified Remote today on an android phone. After starting the app I was urged to install the server version on my Windows 10 machine. So I did.
After the install I get the windows message that "Group Policy Client can not start" which results in a sluggish PC. Especially when using Chrome and Internet Explorer ( ergo, I can't browse webpages). Microsoft explorer is very slow. Starting Firewall Configuration takes ages.
So I decided to uninstall Unified Remote. This proces starts with the message that Unified Remote is still running and should be stopped. Why do I have to do that? Why can't the uninstall proces kill it's one services by itself?
The result is a very Very VERY slow progress bar of the uninstall proces.
That didn't look right to me, so I followed the instructions on https://www.unifiedremote.com/tutorials/how-to-completely-reinstall to completely remove Unified Remote. To no avail.
A google search results in all kind of third party payware to completely remove Unified Remote.
Since I am not paying, I fear I have to do a complete reinstall of Windows 10.
Does anyone share my experiences? Does anyone know how I can surpass a reinstall of Windows 10 to get rid of Unified Remote?
Suffice to say, my experiences with Unified Remote are not extatic.
And no, I won't recommend Unified Remote experience to my friends.
@Elfrycko Wow something must have gone wrong when installing Unified Remote. This is naturally not how it should work. Could you please create a support ticket on https://www.unifiedremote.com/contact?
Well I decided to reinstall Windows 10. I couldn't use my pc anymore and I need my pc for work etc.
I don't think a support ticket would be useful since Unified Remote is no longer installed on my pc. And I won't install it again.
Thanks for your quick reply though.
Sujay Phatak 00
I think this might work:
Go to firewall settings and on the left pane you will see an option "Turn Windows firewall on or off". Select this option and uncheck the "Block all incoming connections, including those in the list of allowed apps" option in both Private Network settings and Public network settings. Just restart the server and it might start working!
All the best! :)