I have a PC running Windows XP runnings as a "host" for PCAnywhere. the PC which was using "on board" Ethernet connections. The "on board" connections were disabled in CMOS and were replaced with PCI Ethernet cards. The PC works correctly with Internet.
Before replacing the connections the PCAnywhere accepted remotes and operated correctly . After the change in the connections the remotes time out.
When examining the "network connections" on the PC the system now has a " Local Area Connection 2".
The changing of the Ethernet connections were the only changes made on the PC.
Does PCAnywhere automatically "pick up" the change or does the software require changes in settings?
In short how do I configure PCAnywhere on the PC to start accepting remotes again through the " Local Area Connection 2". .