Published on August 29, 2014 By Phoon In

multiplicity version 3.0 KVM Pro Build 00055

Win 8.1 Enterprise x64

 

On secondary system, I do not get a mouse cursor displayed unless there is a mouse actually connected to the system. Is this normal behavior?


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on Aug 29, 2014

That is normal for Windows 8.  Microsoft in their infinite wisdom broke the standard OS behaviour having fixed it back in XP I think.

There is a setting in Multiplicity on the secondary to show a fake cursor.  Usually Multiplicity would detect this and prompt you to enable that setting.

on Aug 29, 2014

Ah... duh.. If I just would have looked I'd have seen that.

Yes that fixed the issue.

Thanks Neil!!

on Aug 29, 2014

On a similar topic, I have Multiplicity 3 KVM and it is supposed to allow me two PCs in KVM mode, but I get an error that only allows one.

 

Windows7 64 bit.

 

Can ya help me, Neil?   I have submitted a ticket, BTW.

 

YKI-473-26236

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

on Aug 29, 2014

It's because the name of your pc, spelled backwards is GIR-ISM. Now, I'm not completely up on my 'ISM's but I reckon that MP is pissed off due to the GIR of the ISM. If you were to have a more creative name, like SHP-SKN or STMP-HMPR it might see the reality of the operator a bit better and realize that it needs to take extra sensitive measures to avoid having KYJLLY smeared on it's keys and monitor.

 

Glad to help out ol Friend!!!

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