Thanks for developing reviver, it’s really great to continue to use good ol’ MSN
I’ve recently moved into a halls of residence for a college course and am having some problems. When I try to sign in (Messenger 2012 revived) I get a 8100032d error code; “Signing in to Windows Live Messenger failed because the service is temporarily unavailable”.
I think the problem is to do with the slightly strange Wifi connection we have to use. It forces us to download ‘Cisco NAC Agent’ before it enables internet access.I assume it must be blocking a port or something? I have had no problems with other programs accessing the internet, including Skype and DropBox.
Here is where it gets weird. I tried using my phone’s wifi hotspot. When connected to this WLM sign in no problem. I then tried switching back to the college wifi and was surprised to find that WLM continued to work, and I was able to send/receive messages no problem. This worked until the laptop was shut down/slept where I woould have to go through the same process again. Unfortunately this method no longer seems to work and WLM refuses to reconnect when I switch to the college network
I’m sure there must be a way around this, any help would be much appreciated. I’d happily provide any logs etc if you can explain where they are,