Login function not working properly
I have a room of 24 student computers and a teacher computer, which has the Veyon console.
When I try to login the 24 (or 8, on even only one) computers, it mostly doesn't work. More precisely, it types only a part of the user/password combination, and just stops there. Now, we have a rather long u/p combination (and I'm stuck with it, University policy), and it would seem to work if I had a much shorter one. If I enter the local admin username and an erroneous very short password, they all 100% make it to the point of refusing login (wrong password), meaning it works fine if I have a short user/pass.
I tried playing around with the Windows keypresses settings (longer delay, quicker typing...), to no avail.
I had the problem last week with the previous Veyon version, and still have it this week with 4.7.2. All computers have been reinstalled entirely several times and it's a pretty vanilla Windows 10 Enterprise installation.
It's on a wired network, but I also have a wifi router for experiments and had the same problem there, so the uni's network itself is not blocking anything.
You can see here that on this try, only one computer logged in, all others having only the beginning of the user (or all of it and part of the pwd). What's entered is complete up to the point of breakage, so characters are not missed (like if the simulated keyboard strokes were too fast).
Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
Mix of veyon version between master and some clients?
I had this before, especially with a 4.5.5 client.
We got the similar problem, however we are Chinese character user, and we have deployed 12 student computers and start test login by teacher computer.
We only got 4 of them can login successfully and other 8 got stucked either in the input method or login box.
We are using 4.7.2 teacher master (upgraded from 4.7 after got stucked) and mixed 4.7(8)/4.7.2(4) student, and the result is irregularly got stucked on login.
We are trying to find solution in here and anywhere we can go.