Suddenly unable to connect to offline LAN PC by IP address
I've been using TV for a long time with great success. In my case, I use TV out in the field where there is no internet connection. I have a miniPC (Intel NUC) that broadcasts it's own local area network. Then I connect my laptop or phone to the NUC LAN. At that point I use TV to log in to the NUC via it's IP address to remotely control the NUC.
However, recently this has stopped working. No matter what I do I cannot connect to the NUC remotely. TV is set up the same it has always been, but it just won't connect anymore. Again, this is if I do not have internet access. At home when all devices are connected to the internet TV works fine. I've check firewall setting to make sure TV is an allowed app.
I will also mention that I tried another remote desktop application with the same results. If there is no internet connection I cannot log in to the NUC via LAN IP address.
At first I thought this was due to a Windows update, but after uninstalling the update the problem persists.
I realize this probably isn't a TV issue per se, but I would be grateful for any suggestions to try to get this working again. It's really frustrating to get out in the field and not able to do what I went there to do, simply because I can't log in to the NUC.