When trying to connect, the app displays a message:
Connection fail. Check your network settings and try again.
The solution to this is that next to port 5000 and 5001, the port 6690 also has to be opened to the Synology NAS. If this port is not opened, the Windows app will fail.
The Android and iOS apps will work with just port 5000 (or 5001 if SSL is selected and the certificate is valid).
SNMP is still available, but now it can be found under:
“Start” –> “Settings” –> “Apps” –> “Apps & Features” –> “Manage optional Features” –> “Add a Feature”
Read More “Windows 10 1809 (October) update – SNMP missing”
For some reason Microsoft seems to think that “Content” view for search results is the best view. This goes for “generic” folders in general, but me for content view is a view that I’d rather see go completely from Windows. Unfortunately I for me there is no easy setting to change this. This means it’s time to dive into the Windows Registry a little and set everything to use Details view as default.
Folder views are user specific, local and are controlled by the Windows Shell. This means the registry keys can be found under:
Here you should remove the keys BagMRU and Bags. Once these two are removed, add the following key:
Create 2 DWORD values with:
Now log off and log back on and every window should be set to Detail view.
When trying to run the Steam version of Caesar IV on Windows 10, a runtime error will pop up and will close the game.
The Eventlog gives this:
Before immediately going for the refund, there are a few things that can be done to get this working. (this does not have to be done in this specific order, as long as it’s done before running the game again)
- In the folder “C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Caesar 4\C4” right-click on the file: “RegisterDLL.bat” and select “Run as administrator”
- In the same folder, “C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Caesar 4\C4” right-click on the file: “CaesarIV.exe”, click on Properties, there click on the “Compatibility” tab and select: “Run this program in compatibility mode for: Windows XP (Service Pack 2)” and “Run this program as administrator” and click the Apply button.
3. Download and install “DirectX End-User Runtimes (June 2010)” from the Microsoft page: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=8109
The system does not have to be rebooted.
Note: This was tested on various versions of Windows 10 up to 20H2 fully patched until January 2021.
Updated on the 27th of January 2021