Intel Nuc5i5ryh, Windows 10, 8 GB RAM
Network access through direct ethernet cable to Antipodes EX that is connected via TP-Link TL-WR802N to home WiFi network. Antipodes EX has dual NIC and serves as hub for Intel Nuc5i5ryh.
Roon player is Antipodes EX with Chord 2Qute USB DAC
Since the last update of Roon Core, I have a problem. I run Roon Core (version 1.8 built 882) from an Intel NUC5i5RYH. I access that NUC remotely (I run it headless) to start-up Roon, and then close my Remote Desktop session again. I control Roon via Roon Remote from a laptop. My Roon player/endpoint is an Antipodes EX. This works fine, even for days, until I remotely access the Intel NUC again because immediately, Roon Core shuts down itself, or is being shut down by some other process. This behavior started since the last Roon built 882 update. Can you fix this bug?
Another problem that I have for some longer time is that Roon Remote crashes regularly (Roon Remote becomes unresponsive, and I have to manually shut it down and restart it), it often happens when I use the right slider to scroll through my albums, or if I add multiple albums to the play queue. I may occurs multiple times a day, or may occur only once every other day. I run Roon Remote from a Windows 7 laptop. If I remember correctly, it started doing that several version ago (going from 1.6 to 1.7 perhaps, but I am not sure). Can you also fix this bug?