Another thing to try to verify that the problem is the network connection over your router, is to connect over the Mobile Hotspot network.
Just follow the steps below:
– On your Windows 10 primary machine, open the Windows Settings -> Network & Internet -> Mobile Hotspot, then switch it ON, select Share my internet connection from “WiFi”
Take note of the Network name and password which you will connect from your Chromebook.
– On your Chromebook, connect your WiFi to the Hotspot network name created by your Windows 10 primary machine.
– Once the chromebook is connected to the hotspot network, check the spacedesk viewer if you can discover now the primary machine and try to connect.
I have fixed this problem.
For anyone else wondering, it was a proxy that I forgot to turn off.
This proxy would start every time I booted up the pc and was not shown on the task manager startup page nor was it shown with the icons on the taskbar.
Glad to hear that you fixed the problem by disabling the proxy in your machine.
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