To use the installer, local admin rights are needed. But there is also a portable version available, which is not needing any admin rights.
Linux user need root priviledges (“sudo”).
In any case, you need full read/write access in the installation folder and the project root folders.
Most internet providers will terminate the internet connection periodically, most likely during the night. During this period, the client may fail to connect to the server but after a few minutes, this should be fixed automatically.
It may happen, that the files “Desktop.ini” and “Folder.ico” appear in the root folder and will be restored on every start of the client. If this happens, setting the folder icon in the Windows Explorer failed. You can deactivate this in the client configuration by setting “SetClientFolderIcon” to “false”.
Your RasPi is protected by the firewall of your router. To give your clients a chance to build up a connection to the RasPi, we are providing a relay server, which forwards the data packets between RasPi and the clients.
Your data is at anytime encrypted and we have no access to it. This is just a server which is transmitting your data all the way through the internet.
You may find this warning printed from the “Start” script. This is due to the way, Raspian (the OS of the Raspberry Pi) is configured.
For more information have a look at https://pi3d.github.io/html/FAQ.html in chapter “GLX DRI2 not supported or failed to authenticate”.