I have Win10 1809 x64 and Royal TS 4.3.61022.
Every 27th login attempt the software crashes.
It is not necessary to enter the credentials, after the 27th login box, RoyalTS crashes.
Maybe it's the same problem like this --> https://developercommunity.visualstudio.com/content/problem/352484/buffer-overflow-within-windowsuixamlhostdll-when-p.html
If you try with mstsc.exe directly, there is no problem.
Is there a solution for this, or can someone reproduce my problem?
Here is the Eventlog:
Name der fehlerhaften Anwendung: RoyalTS.exe, Version: 4.3.61022.10000, Zeitstempel: 0x5bcdaa8a
Name des fehlerhaften Moduls: Windows.UI.XamlHost.dll, Version: 10.0.17763.1, Zeitstempel: 0x0e34a79b
ID des fehlerhaften Prozesses: 0x1d84
Startzeit der fehlerhaften Anwendung: 0x01d4a84545f4732a
Pfad der fehlerhaften Anwendung: C:\Program Files (x86)\code4ward.net\Royal TS V4\RoyalTS.exe
Pfad des fehlerhaften Moduls: C:\Windows\System32\Windows.UI.XamlHost.dll
Thanks for the Info, but it seems i have to wait for the Bugfix from Microsoft, because i have some terminal servers, where a GPO forced passwort entering is needed.
So saved credentials would not work.
Point 3 of your tipps also let the MS credential box pop up after the Royal TS internal credential picker, because of the GPO.
I saw the post from you at the site i have linked. It seems this bug is closed, because i can't vote.
Does it means, MS would not solve this problem?
I don't think MS solved this. I was also not able to vote or comment, that's why I wrote a "solution" to chime in. I think they forwarded the bug to a different team but unfortunately we do not know a link or any other way to interact with that team. We can only hope for the best...
If someone from our customers has an enterprise agreement with Microsoft and/or a technical account manager, it would be worth trying to leverage that to get a status update to the issue.
I have an open a case at Microsoft about this issue.
So far I have provided them with information that the issue seems to exist in build 1709 and 1809. They are currently looking in to it.
that's good news. I've also forwarded this issue to some Microsoft folks. Let's hope they get it fixed soon.
yes this is a known problem caused by the credential prompt from the system.
The only way to prevent these crashes until Microsoft resolves the bug is to:
I hope this helps.