Idontknow Posted October 4, 2013 Report Share Posted October 4, 2013 Hi, We have a 2 +1 PC system with display 1 and display 2 PC and a remote control PC. The 2 display PC´s have identical (cloned) settings and they hold enough hardware to handle things ( x4 core processor, 16BG ram, External graphics card ). Both machines are connected to network, which includes those 2 display machines & remote control machine via a switch. Each PC has a unique IP address. We've done the Windows 7 tweaking list and have no other network cards etc. connected to the computers. Display PC´s are controlled with a Watchman/Simpleremote. Most of the times when the setup is started locally, everything goes just fine and smoothly and the 30 minute show loops all day without a problem. When accessed remotely the display 1 computer responds immediately and we can for example, skip the show 10 minutes forwards. Problem is that the display 2 computer doesn't recognize “the skip” and ends up running a different part of the show. Weird thing is that it sometimes everything works just fine and both computers reacts to remote access. The remote computer doesn´t have any problems, only the other display computer, which is listening the changes via network. The syncronization problem doesn´t correct by itself when display 2 computer is running and then only option is to restart both computers and hope for the best. We have changed the other display computer to a new one ( with same settings ), changed the switch, changed network cables. I even tried an external network card ( disabled the embedded one ) on the problematic computer but it didn´t help. When problem happens, network seems to be fine. For example you can ping from either computer to another with less than 1ms respond time. I can post more details if asked for. I just would like to know if somebody has an idea about this problem. Or if others have bumped in to similar problems. We are using the Watchout ver. 4.3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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