You will be prompted to install the LoginPro client extension, it’s recommended that you do for the best performance. If you choose not to, there is an alpha HTML only system available however the client extensions will give you full performance.
Locate the PC you wish to control, and click connect.
IMPORTANT FOR SECURITY: Enter the Windows username and password when prompted. Accounts must have a password.
i installed the plugin on my host computer then installed the server client on a VM just to try it out but its not working. i click connect on the website and it says the user is no longer available then the plugin crashed in dragon. i restarted the browser it seems to be working now. I guess this should be expected since its an alpha release.
Once i was able to connect it seems to work well. i really like the new GUI’s that comodo is using for the new line of products
Not having much luck at the moment. I loaded the plugin in Dragon 18 and the server applet on 7 x86. I put the server in the router DMZ and signed in, but when I try to connect I just get a blank screen in Dragon and no connections showing in the server applet. (On the server - no security applications installed, windows firewall disabled)
Out of interest, in the server applet, you have (besides a spelling mistake on ‘standart’)
Use Standart Login Pro Port numbers
Use Firewall friendly Port numbers
What are the ports defined for these options and how do they relate to the ports defined under the ‘Custom’ option:
I can get the HTML5 version working in Dragon but not firefox and I haven’t been able to get the the plug-in version to work at all. However, I had to change to using Custom ports and I had to forward those in the router. More investigation…