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Fastpath: Configuration > Host Preferences > [Individual Host Preference Package] > Category > Advanced

Remote Control

Disable HTML-based remote control
Select this option if you do not want to use the HTML-based version of the LogMeIn remote control client when all other versions are unavailable.
Disconnect existing remote control session from the same user
Set the host to allow a new remote control connection from the Windows user who is already in session. The second remote control connection by the same Windows user will bump the existing session. Only one remote control session can be active. An in-session host will always reject new remote control connection attempts from new users.
Note: For example, you log in with Windows user account 1 at client 1 and connect to host 1. You go to another location and log in with Windows user account 1 at client 2 and connect to host 1. The original session from client 1 will be bumped by the session from client 2.
Remote Control notification window cannot be closed
Force the remote control notification window to remain displayed on the host screen during a remote control session. Clear this box to allow the notification window to be closed after its initial display.
Note: The notification window will always be displayed when a remote control session is started. There is no way to prevent it from displaying, nor can the text be changed.


Disable HTTP content compression
Select this option if the client browser does not support HTTP compression.

Software error reporting

When LogMeIn shuts down due to an error
Choose the default action when the LogMeIn host shuts down due to an error.

Customized Login Message

Display a customized logo on the login screen
Show a logo or other image to anyone making a connection to the host. The image saved as customlogo.jpg in the LogMeIn installation directory (usually C:\Program Files\LogMeIn) will be displayed on the LogMeIn login screen.
Display the following message on the login screen
Enter the login screen message that anyone making a connection to the host will see.

General Settings

The LogMeIn host interface and messages will be displayed in this language. This setting has no impact on operating system settings.
Tip: To change the language used by File Sharing and the LogMeIn System Tray menu, you must change your operating system language settings. For example, in Windows, go to Control Panel > Region and Language. On a Mac, go to System Preferences > International > Language.
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