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Duplicated client #1212

brabus1000 opened this issue Sep 2, 2023 · 0 comments

Duplicated client #1212

brabus1000 opened this issue Sep 2, 2023 · 0 comments


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Server operating system

Windows 10/Server 2019/2016

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Client operating system

Windows 10/Server 2019/2016

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Describe the bug

On server side: seems like 2 clients are connected but they are the same computer, the only difference is that one client has admin privileges and other has user privileges.
Only one of the two are working, the admin privileges probably works only if the client has accepted the privileges for the file, however, if not, or, in some random cases, the Admin privileges client will be disconnected and only the user client will be connected, but the user client will not work at all, no commands can be run on this client but it is seem to be connected, can be seen if idle or not, but not more than that.

On client side:
the file is running twice on the task manager, i checked the files location and it is in the same location (Subdir/Client.exe)

How to reproduce

i installed the client and after the installation I clicked on the option: "Elevate Client Permissions" which asks the client for Admin privileges, I clicked "Yes" and I could see 2 clients on the same computer, one of them is user and the other is admin.
since then it is like that, no matter if you restart the computer.

Expected behavior

I expected to get admin privileges only until the computer will be restarted and then I will get user privileges again.
I did not expected to get 2 running clients on the same computer, and of of them doesn't work, not to mention that sometimes non of them are working because of this bug.

Actual behavior

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@brabus1000 brabus1000 added the bug label Sep 2, 2023
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