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sirmon

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  1. Well that makes me feel a little better. It's dumb that I must've figured that out the first time I connected the devices, but couldn't do it the second time. Thanks for your help!
  2. Aaanndd there's the problem. Who knew it was an ID10T error all along. Thanks for your help.
  3. Tried a new account and it's acting the same way. Same networks, iPad finds it quick but desktop just keeps searching.
  4. Sorry for the delay. I've been swamped. I'll try that and get back with my findings.
  5. Yes sir. I've tried home and work with the same results.
  6. Direct connection does work. So if that means it's a Bonjour issue how do I fix that? I work on lots of networks so direct seems like it would get messy after a while.
  7. FYI. I have tried to connect Alfred and Alfred remote via the hotspot on my phone and I have the same issue. Seems like an issue with the desktop app if I had to guess, but that doesn't mean much.
  8. Alfred is running on IP 192.168.1.191 Subnet 255.255.255.0 Router 192.168.1.254 Remote is running on IP 192.168.1.233 Subnet 255.255.255.0 Router 192.168.1.254
  9. Sorry I thought I did answer these questions with my post. 1. Yes. All the same network, subnet, router, etc. 2. Office, but not restricted. 3. All devices have been restarted. 4. iOS devices can see Alfred. Alfred cannot see iOS devices. 5. Nothing else is running.
  10. Hello, I have gone through all the steps to make sure I'm all on the same network, restarts and so on. The problem is that both iOS devices I have connect right up, but the server can't find either of the remotes.
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