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Topic: «How to use Radmin through port 80.» on forum: Radmin 3.x Troubleshooting
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02/27/2012 00:21:39
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You can set your router to forward port 80 to your local PC port 4899, then connect from outside to router IP and port 80.
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Topic: «Can connect to windows7 but cant do anything ...» on forum: Radmin 3.x Troubleshooting
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02/13/2012 05:04:43
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Probably game intercept controls, that could be possible.
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02/10/2012 02:11:11
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It looks like something blocks TCP channel from your PC to server one. Check firewalls e tc
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Topic: «Radmin Server 3.4 install on XPSP3 guest VM under ESX 5 Problems, Radmin Server 3.4 install on XPSP3 guest VM under ESX 5 - hangs on video hook at install then later "Cannot Start Radmin Server service"» on forum: Radmin 3.x Troubleshooting
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02/07/2012 06:39:48
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Mystics...
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02/07/2012 05:53:11
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Hello,

Since you've stated that you've done it lot of times - what is the difference between this virtual PC and previous ones? Guest VM virtual driver? Or something else?
Author's messages in topic: 1
Topic: «have a problem when use Pro/ENGINEER» on forum: Radmin 3.x Troubleshooting
Posted:
02/07/2012 06:13:13
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Hello,

Please disable hardware acceleration (server side).
Posted:
02/07/2012 06:11:46
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Do you see your PCs via Entire network? Can you ping/telnet them?
Posted:
01/31/2012 04:50:37
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Your computers are in an internal network behind a NAT based router.
Only the router has a public IP address. You can access your internal
network computers via the Internet. To do this you need to configure
'Forwarding' on the router/firewall. Configure the router to forward
connections from a port on the router to a specific IP address and
port (Radmin server's default port is 4899) of the target computer in
your internal network. You need to assign a port on the router for
every computer you need to access. The router will then forward the
connection to your computer in the internal network.
Posted:
01/30/2012 09:37:24
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If you had port forwarding settings at old router, you need to copy them to a new one.
Posted:
01/30/2012 07:24:37
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I suggest to copy all settings (port forwarding e t.c.) and disable firewall. If that won't help - please create a tech support ticket on our website.
Author's messages in topic: 1
Topic: «Had to change PC now Radmin won't work» on forum: Radmin 3.x Troubleshooting
Posted:
02/03/2012 09:15:56
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Please create a technical support request.
Posted:
02/02/2012 04:33:50
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There should be an analogue politic in 2003 server. It looks like you've used VNC and it corrupted such politic.
Author's messages in topic: 1
Topic: «radmin 3.4, screen flashes on remote computer» on forum: Radmin 3.x Troubleshooting
Posted:
01/31/2012 06:19:22
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This is a result of restarting video driver and cannot be fixed. We recommend to establish Radmin connection at the begin of workday.
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Topic: «black screen when Play slideshow» on forum: Radmin 3.x Troubleshooting
Posted:
01/31/2012 05:52:09
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Hardware acceleration is the acceleration by your graphic card. It can be disabled in display settings -> troubleshooting
Posted:
01/30/2012 07:23:16
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Please reduce hardware acceleration server side.
Author's messages in topic: 1
Topic: «Radmin 3.4 and nod32 antivirusv4 business» on forum: Network management general discussion
Posted:
02/07/2012 05:49:35
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Hello,

You need to allow Radmin connect through port 4899 (by default) or any other chosen port. There should be an option to add program/port to an exception list. Details should be asked from ESET.
Author's messages in topic: 1
Topic: «Slowly install and hangs on XP machines» on forum: Network management general discussion
Posted:
02/07/2012 05:47:37
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You should disable RDP and terminal sessions at these PCs prior installing Radmin.
Author's messages in topic: 6
Topic: «Solutions for Mac, Mac» on forum: Famatech Software Good Wishes
Posted:
01/31/2012 05:51:18
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Just copy Radmin viewer and use it. It actually doesn't need to be installed.
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Topic: «Radmin on iPad & Xoom, are you working on it ?» on forum: Famatech Software Good Wishes
Posted:
01/30/2012 07:21:34
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We are working on it, don't worry.
Author's messages in topic: 3
Topic: «If you have a specific question!» on forum: Licensing questions
Posted:
01/30/2012 06:23:17
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You can do that on different PCs. On any specific PC you would need to enter the key after 30 days.
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