My testers have been reporting back some weird behaviour with the beta agent, this may be due to only testing the beta agent with using MIRC 12.04
chatting text in common applications from remote machine is not appearing on local machine
Crashing on remote computer
I wanted to try test the 12.1 beta agent with using MRC 12.1. Problem is to test this properly in our environment we want to be able to install MRC 12.1 in centralized mode to connect to our centralized server through AD accounts
I dont see this option anywhere. Usually this asks you upon the install process like our precious version
Is there another way to get this to install so when you launch it it pops up with centralized server authentication?
It seems I can only test this with evaluation mode
Even if the evaluation mode works flawlessly its useless to us unless we can get it to connect to our centralized server
This is what I mean by not seeing any option to install in Centralized mode:
Since the Beta1 launch, we have added multi-monitor support to the new mirror driver, added different bit modes, fixed security vulnerabilities and fixed FIPS mode.
We're now working on 4k resolution support and TLS1.2 support for the over-the-internet connections.
pguerrisi, I am not allowed to communicate timelines. Since the Beta1 launch, we have fixed most of the issues present in Beta1 and finalizing features, that were not present in Beta1. I'd like to give you stable Beta2 build.
So coming across an issues in our test group here at the office. 12.1 responds great with Windows 10 and I notice the difference from each software version but unfortunately, 12.1 Beta 1 seems to lock up the screen on my end while it still displays my mouse moving on the end-users computer. Disconnecting and reconnecting will allow the connection to be reestablished. This is caused but using the 12.1 Beta 2 on my desktop and 12.1 Beta 1 on the end users.
If we setup 12.1 Beta 2 on my desktop and the end users, we get an issue where the screen freezes on "Initializing Desktop, please wait."
We never had this I issue with 12.0.5 on our old systems so I figured it may still be a bug that's being worked on.
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