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@nick - I've lodged this with support probably a month ago. Telling them their extension (which is epic by the way) doesn't work with Edge (Chromium). They told me they would let the developers know. 

@Rishikesh - this cannot be a hard thing to update? I have used this extension for years and it makes life so much easier for technicians. Please can we get traction on this?

+1 - very interesting feature, but I don't know how this would work. It would depend on how you format. Some re-image the system (which you could update the image with Connectwise Control inbuilt), myself I typically remote execute the reset feature on Windows 10, which then follows your point. I assume in the Windows reset process it creates a partition to allow a full wipe and re-install. Would be very interested to know how this would be implemented.

Wowee this is a huge issue. Please CW get this fixed!!

So this is why it was pulled from Stable to Preview. Argh.

Yes I use that as well. Works brilliantly easy enough. But do you run IIS as a reverse proxy?

I'm really keen to hear from anyone who runs it and what their settings are in IIS.

Yep this is very important. 


As always have a BACKUP!!! Before messing around.


I've removed the TLS v1.0 and v1.1 using this website - https://improveandrepeat.com/2020/03/how-to-disable-tls-1-0-1-1-and-ssl-on-your-windows-server/

Used https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/ initially but it was caching  the test so I used this instead - https://www.digicert.com/help/  (found out later that you clear the cache easily enough whoops)

Also removed an insecure ciphers - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/tls/disable-tlsciphersuite?view=win10-ps

I went through using https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/ again, and removed all the insecure ciphers.

Be interested to know how others rank using the inbuilt webserver of CWC. 

So I've succumbed. 7 months and I couldn't hack it any more. Windows VPS server, CWC 20.9 installed. It does seem smooth, but I haven't got any Unattended setup yet.

Is anyone able to share their setup using IIS reverse proxy? I am using LetsEncrypt to generate a certificate (works brilliantly) but then I need IIS to apply it. Issue with that is CWC then needs a reverse proxy (this was all done with Linux easily enough and Nginx).


Mine can display, but something is preventing access to a file and throws an error every now and again:

Failed to load resource: 502 - https://FQDN/Services/PageService.ashx/GetHostSessionInfo

@caitlyn any update for this week? Hopefully there is good news :)

Thanks mate. Appreciate the updates.