Components: iPad 3, Windows 7 Ultimate, RDP - not a Domain member,, play sound on controlled PC, wireless from iPad to WAP - Ethernet from WAP to PC, IOS7 (but this doesn't matter) Use case: I use the iPad as a stereo system controller, applications running on the PC include Foobar2000, WMP, and any of several web browsers running MOG add-ins, Silverlight, etc. This allows me to control audio (selection of tunes, playlists) remotely. Problem: At irregular intervals the audio stops playing on the PC, switching on the iPad to the Jump! application immediately restores the audio. This has been a problem I've just put up with for as long as I've used Jump! But I'd sure like to know of a resolution. It is not, seemingly, related to the RDP session being "alive" as I can select Disconnect on the Jump! Client, have the music continue to play until it (again at an irregular amount of delay) goes silent; reestablishing the Jump! Session immediately restarts sound. It is as though some component of the Windows audio output (at what layer, I don't know) is looking for a missing "heartbeat" and that "heartbeat" is reestablished when the Jump! RDP session is reconnected. Is there a known issue, a registry setting on the Windows machine, a workaround? Thanks!
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