Thanks for taking a moment to let us know what you’re experiencing. It’d be my pleasure to clarify how things work and propose solutions.
The Roon system was designed to be run on one Core and as many outputs and control devices as you have in your system. This is why, a Roon subscription can be used just on one Core at any given moment. It seems like you’re trying to use one subscription on two Cores - this is possible, but, as you’ve seen yourself, it does involve unauthorizing the previous session before logging in.
Once you’ve decided which device you want to use as a Roon Core, log in. Go ahead and click on unauthorize if you’re prompted to - you won’t be losing any of your data. Then, as you’re launching Roon on you second computer, please, make sure to use it as a control (or remote) as described here:
That way, one of the devices will be your Roon Core and the second computer will be used as a remote to control Roon.
After this, you shouldn’t need to log in every time you turn on Roon.
I reinstalled the core and it works well however the remotes still seem to lose connection every now and again even after disabling 2.4ghz wifi and connecting the core directly to the network by ethernet rather than wifi. It does appear the remotes now lose connection less often but when they do I am forced to restart the core.
Please will you let me know if there are any other ways I can approach this issue?