Roon lost all windows devices after some update here in january


Roon Core Machine

Roon Core is a separate linux(debian) machine, and all the outputs on that machine is fine.
HP Desktop i5 with 8GB RAM.

Networking Gear & Setup Details

Network is not an issue here.

Connected Audio Devices

Musical Fidelity V90-HPA connected to the windows machine via USB.
Also the analog outputs, motherboard, is gone.

Number of Tracks in Library

Description of Issue

Sometime here in january, there was an update, or something changed (not by me), in Windows 10.
I have Roon installed on my pc also to be able to listen to music, but the Roon server is described above.
I’ve reinstalled Roon, reinstalled the dac etc etc.
But then I noticed even the regular analog outputs were missing from Roon.
So my guess is that Windows has implemented some new feature that Roon does not recognize, so Roon is denied access to local resources, or something.

I’ve tried to uninstall the latest windows updates (from 2022) but to no avail, also, they reinstall after a reboot…
Reinstalled all drivers etc.

Any help would be appreciated.

Fellow user here

Try turning off firewall and see if the devices appear. If so, then you need to add Roon, reserved, etc to exceptions.

Also verify that your network us private and not somehow public


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