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Sean

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  1. Calling one better than the other is a broad oversimplification. The design is what matters. It's not really relevant for steel beasts.
  2. This is nothing new. Since you don't really explain in detail what the problem is in your post, here is the summary: Intel vpro enabled chipsets expose remote management functionality. Think of it as a remote desktop. It's intended for businesses to easily remote control computers. There was some vulnerabilities recently patched for this, but it is difficult/impossible to totally disable. Contact your computer vendor for bios updates. There is a utility to tell you if you have this vulnerability, it is located here: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26755/INTEL-SA-00075-Detection-and-Mitigation-Tool Before you blow a fuse, Intel states that only business machines are affected by this and not consumer level machines/chipsets. If you truly want to be safe, just disconnect your machine from the internet, and remove all media access. It will run virus/malware free, guaranteed!
  3. This permission was probably set to avoid having someone come in and drown out existing conversations with feedback by using a improperly configured noise activated mic. Please try using push to talk.
  4. First thing you see when visiting that equifax page is a warning that the certificate is invalid. Nice.
  5. Hi, The IP for teamspeak is just for teamspeak, not for steel beasts multiplayer mode. Someone needs to host a scenario, then they will post a IP in the chat. This previous thread has a pretty good description of how it works. Trying to connect to the teamspeak server with steel beasts makes it think its being attacked and its temporarily blocking traffic from you. Hope that helps!
  6. The moderation UI is not that great, leading one to believe that a comment on a event was actually a description of an event. Please add some description when reporting stuff so it leaves no room for interpretation. Other than the deleted event, everything is fixed. Sorry!
  7. What is the exact error message when it does not open? Does 2.251 work?
  8. I never actually saw the error, but I had some ideas on what caused it and removed it. Let me know if its still happening...
  9. I'm not seeing it at the moment, but thanks for the report!
  10. If its a tank we are speaking of, only the owner can be in the commanders spot.
  11. We have a overly sensitive web application firewall on this site that produces false positives several times a year. If this happens, send me a email. webmaster at this site or esimgames dot com
  12. Try the torrent.
  13. As others have stated, there are simply too many units active at once. Either trim out some units, spawn the units in waves (read up on "spawn if"), or continue to run a older version if you really have a need for that many units.
  14. What version are you upgrading from? If its too old, it requires manual intervention from ssnake. Make sure you have upgraded the codemeter to the latest in the codemeter control center, then try again.
  15. I would try a actual hardware machine to activate the license. In theory it should work as long as your guest has exclusive access to that usb device, but that depends on proper configuration of your virtual machine software. If that does not work, I would send a email to ssnake at the name of the company that makes steel beasts, he should be able to help.