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Old 29th June 2010, 5:30 PM   #1
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Default Can't get Synergy to connect between new XP install and win7

Hi guys,

I've been using Synergy between two pc's for months now, one machine running XP pro 32 and the other win7 pro 32. The other day though I upgraded the XP machine to pretty much exactly the same as in my sig, and now synergy will not connect. The XP machine is the server and win7 the client.

I can't figure out wtf is going on. As best I can tell the setup is exactly the same as before the rebuild, same OS, same antivirus, same network settings etc.

Both machines can ping the other, both have windows firewall disabled and no other firewall applications running (and that's already more then I've ever had to do to get synergy running)...


Ideas?
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