How to run communicator graphical user interface

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  • #4717
    Avatarnels6671
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    How do you run the communicator graphical user interface? I am using an installation on Windows 10 and everything seems to be running fine otherwise.

    #4718
    Avatarmanjey73
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    After the launch of the device and the Server, the shortcuts of the active application appear in the System tray

    #4719
    Avatarnels6671
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    When I run from the shortcut I get a popup indicating that the application is already running; however, the graphical interface is not open.

    Thank you

    #4720
    Avatarnels6671
    Participant

    Additionally, if I try to run the ScadaCommSvc the following error is given- “Cannot start service from the command line or a debugger. A Windows Service must first be installed (using installutil.exe) and then started with the Server Explorer, Windows Services Administrative tool or the NET START command.”

    #4722
    MikhailMikhail
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    Communicator graphical user interface is ScadaCommCtrl.exe

    I get a popup indicating that the application is already running

    Find it as a tray icon in the right bottom corner of the screen.

    #6655
    AvatarLucyt
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    You can gain access to Graphical User Interface (GUI) Of Raspberry Pi Using SSH And VNC Viewer by choosing the right raspberry Pi model and then install the SD Card Formatter. After that you can install the Win32 Disk Imager and Install VNC Viewer. Read detailed way of gaining access to graphic users interface via https://appuals.com/how-to-access-graphical-user-interface-gui-of-raspberry-pi-using-ssh-and-vnc-viewer/ . Here just Format the SD Card and download the newest Operating System. Don’t forget to write the Operating System onto the SD Card and later Configure Wifi on Pi. Just allow SSH Client and VNC on Raspberry Pi and change the Way of Enabling SSH Client On Windows. At the end just Install Putty On Laptop Sorting Into Raspberry Pi Through Putty, examine For VNC Viewer Version, and connecting Pi With VNC Viewer.

    #6656
    Avatarmanjey73
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    Is regular xrdp not enough ?

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