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Cannot establish WIDI connection in Normal mode

Cannot establish WIDI connection in Normal mode

Postby Thunderclutch » Sat Jun 10, 2017 8:44 am

I cannot connect my Windows 10 laptop to my LG Smart TV using WIDI UNLESS I choose Enable All mode.

Once connected, I can revert ti Normal mode and the connection is retained and mirroring works as it should.

In Normal mode, NO events show a blocked connection.

Yet connection always fails to establish unless Enable All mode is set.

The application "Windows Driver Foundation ..." connects to the TV via 192.168.137.x is assigned the Zone LanOnly +DeviceAssoc .
The application "Device Association Framework Provider Host" is assigned the same Zone.

This Zone include LAN permissions for the 192.168.137.x network.

What am I doing wrong?
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Re: Cannot establish WIDI connection in Normal mode

Postby VistaFirewallControl » Sun Jun 11, 2017 5:28 pm

>I cannot connect my Windows 10 laptop to my LG Smart TV using WIDI UNLESS I choose Enable All mode.

Incorrect permissions nearly for sure.

>Once connected, I can revert ti Normal mode and the connection is retained and mirroring works as it should.

That means an initial connection passed with Mode:EnableAll was enough to continue.
Most probably a broadcast message was just mistakenly disabled.

>In Normal mode, NO events show a blocked connection.

It's nearly impossible if you saw one (at least) blocked event.
if the events are gathered principally all the blocked events should be shown.
You should take into account that third party (system native first of all) services may be required for a communication, so you should trace all the blocked events to reconsider the permissions correctly.

>What am I doing wrong?

Blocked events are decisive.
Then please revise the permissions basing on the blocked events tracing.
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