The LogMeInClient for Windows desktop v1.3.436 shows a list of remote hosts
and their current status, but never refreshes if a status changes unless I manually
force a refresh (View -> Refresh).
There are times where I am waiting for a host to come on-line and it is be very useful
if I didn't have to constantly hit the Refresh menu to bring it current. Could the
Client auto-refresh periodically (every minute, or 5 minutes, etc.) so it doesn't show
Bumping this request as well; in addition to reboots it would be nice to see when other sessions become active so we dont kick off co-workers by connecting to a machine that is already in use!!!
As a reference, with a competitive product (TeamViewer), if I force a restart of a remote client, it asks if I want to be notified when the client comes back on-line so I can reconnect. This is very handy if I'm restarting after applying an update, etc. Another use case is if a client is off-line, and I want to connect to it when it comes back on-line (traveling user). In this case, highlighting an off-line client and selecting "notify me when on-line" would be very useful. At the very least, make it easier to hit the refresh button (single mouse click) instead of View->Refresh. LogMeIn, are you listening?
I'd like this feature too. Any idea if it's being roadmapped? LMI seems losing ground to competitors in terms of basic features and I am not seeing a lot of reason to renew it this year.