Ok ... so today I installed for the first time LogMeIn Hamachi on my new PC . All good ,I passed the installation part then Hamachi opened automatically ,I clicked the power button than an error ocurred when I tried to log in ... I took a screenshot of the problem and it's right here : http://imgur.com/bauOMKn .
Any help please ?
"STEP BY STEP OF WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO IN ORDER TO MAKE IT WORK:
1- Uninstall EVERYTHING you had installed of Hamachi.
2- Reboot your computer.
3- USE INTERNET EXPLORER NOW, do NOT use another browser.
4- Go to Internet Options - Advanced Options - Reset values to default. Confirm and close.
5- Go to log me in webpage, and log your account.
6- Inside your account, using Internet Explorer, go to NETWORKS - MY NETWORKS - And from here, you will have 3 options. Select the first one, which allows you to download the installer.
7- After the installer is downloaded, install it. (IMPORTANT NOTE: When you are in the installer wizard, check that there is a step that says something like "Your account "X" will be attached to this installation" or something like that. Meaning that it will auto-link ur log me in account with hamachi).
8- Windows Firewall may ask your permission for Hamachi. Allow it.
9- After you start hamachi, it will log in without any problem.
IMPORTANT NOTES: DO NOT use another browser besides Internet Explorer. For some reason, when you log in to your account in other browsers, during the installation process, the installer wont recognise your log me in account. That's what happened to me while using Chrome and Firefox.
I had the SAME problem as all of you, did that, worked perfectly.
Gl have fun!"
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So ... when I go to Networks -> My Networks ,noone of theese three things can help me to download something ... The options are : Deploy Hamachi / Create Networks / Add Clients ...
Do "Deploy Hamachi"
From there it'll give you the options of the network type
Do this on your server (main) computer. You'll set up the network name and password. Also it'll give you a link to the program download with your credentials already built in. So when you actually run the software it'll see that you're "logged in".
It seems to download and put in your log in info doesn't work. Having the program pre-built with it does