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Closing the tray app leaves remote shares available - must stop service #1078

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TheBestPessimist opened this issue Nov 7, 2019 · 3 comments
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@TheBestPessimist TheBestPessimist commented Nov 7, 2019

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Describe the bug
On windows, if i close the tray app, i can still connect to my remote shares.

To Reproduce
Steps to reproduce the behavior:

  1. Start watching a film from a network share on a computer connected via zerotier
  2. Close the zerotier tray app
  3. The film still plays without any hickups

Expected behavior
After closing the zerotier tray app, the connection to other computers (via zerotier) should be stopped. Currently in order to be disconnected from the other computers i have to stop/disable the zerotier service.

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  • OS: Windows,
  • 1903
  • ZeroTier Version 1.4.6
  • laptop

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@TheBestPessimist TheBestPessimist changed the title On windows, if i close the tray app, i can still connect to my remote shares. Closing the tray app leaves remote shares available - must stop service Nov 7, 2019
@glimberg glimberg added the wontfix label Nov 7, 2019
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@glimberg glimberg commented Nov 7, 2019

This is by design. The tray app is just a control interface to the background service.

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@TheBestPessimist TheBestPessimist commented Nov 7, 2019

Is there a way for the user to change this? I find that having to disable the service whenever i am home with my laptop, compared to only exiting a tray app has much more overhead

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@laduke laduke commented Nov 7, 2019

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