I've installed the Win32 version of the VirtualHere Windows client on Windows 7 to connect to my Raspberry Pi running Debian Wheezy (Soft Float). I did this install yesterday on my Pi and my Windows Client found the VirtualHere Server on my Pi with no issue...works great!
Then this morning I reflashed my Pi and did not re-install the VirtualHere Server on it yet.
It was then that I noticed that we started to receive every minute or so an error message on our Windows 7 computer:
Failed to start DNSServerBrowse, error -65568
What's odd is that we didn't notice that these messages were popping up until I started to work on the computer a few hours later. By that time I had hundreds if not thousands of these little windows with the error message on my screen.
I'm testing the use of VirtualHere on my home system before I drop it into our office (and buy licenses) so I'd like ensure I fully understand what happened with this error and why it happened. I can understand my Windows Client not finding the VirtualHere Server since it's not running now, but what does this error mean.
My major concern is I don't want this volume of error showing up on our Workstations if the connection is lost for whatever reason to the Raspberry Pi VirtualHere Server. Our userbase is very computer illiterate and the volume of these error messages will drive them crazy.
Does the Windows Client of VirtualHere start when the computer starts by using a service? I can't find a service with that name installed on our Windows computer.
Any information you can give me on this error would be greatly appreciated.