The server in question, which could be the only thing I could think of, isn't a version of Ubuntu, Windows Server, or any other such thing. Not even a client running a VM. It's a W8 machine running a Dedicated Server that hosts P2P Client Access via open ports. This is not labeled as a "Server" under their ToS as it's not something that I'm remoting into. I'm using this to change the Dedicated Server (Video Game) config files from a remote computer on my network. Either way, if this is what flagged me, this makes no sense, as all other machines on my network are okay, and the machine in question is a W10 device. I appreciate you trying to clarify the issue, but your clarification doesn't apply in this situation as this situation doesn't need clarification. The device has been wrongfully flagged. It is a W10 machine. I have filled out the form and have given the company over 2 weeks to resolve the issue. It is still not resolved. Seeing the amount of dissatisfied people experiencing the same exact problem, I'm going to take another user's advice and move on to another RD Application. Doesn't matter if it's free or not to be honest. As long as the prices aren't extortionate, I'll pay the price. If TeamViewer had personal licenses for $50/yr, I'd gladly pay that. No way am I going to pay $500/yr when I'm not using the application commercially.
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