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PostPosted: Mon Dec 18, 2017 12:31 am   

Rougue CMUD process (resolved)
Alright.. I am not sure how this started but I want to know how to stop it.

I had CMUD crash a few hours ago... When I relaunched it, CMUD was fighting with an invisible process connecting to the MUD and kept getting logged off due to logins from my own IP address... I rebooted... No change... I changed the password on the MUD with some effort and it stopped it, but now I have, after another shut down and restart, an active CMUD session and something running invisible in the background that every 15 minutes make the noise CMUD does when it's disconnected... It's not listed anywhere in my Procs or Applications in taskman that I can't find and it stays persistent through reboots.

WTF is running in the background of my computer and how the heck do I stop it?


After several attempts to find the 'rogue' process, it eventually showed up as a tab in the CMUD client interface as a seperate connection. Can now disable it and/or figure out how to stop it.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 18, 2017 1:59 am   
Child windows, as they are typically known as, need no connection of their own.

Click the settings button to open the settings editor.
Navigate to any window objects other than the one named after the session.
Click on the advanced tab at the bottom.
Select the No connection option.
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
i7-8705g 3.1GHz 32GB
CMUD Pro v3.34
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