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Now, if this is in the wrong forum, let me know where to put it and I'll move it to the correct one.
We are currently switching everything over from a projector-and-pull-down-screen setup to a "smart cart" setup in our district, with Roku Televisions being a screen mirroring device for our teachers.
I have a general idea as to why it doesn't work; our anti-virus firewall shield. I've tried to reason with my higher-up about disabling that section of the anti-virus, since we already have a third-party product, but they are fairly adamant about keeping it on for extra security. So, ruling out any possibility of keeping the anti-virus off or disabling the firewall-section of the anti-virus, the only thing that I can think of is just to permit the ports in the firewall so it will work.
I do not need every single port under the sun, just the ones that I would need to open up for the machine to be able to screen mirror to the television -- 80 and 443 are permitted by default, I need whatever other ones there are. Searching for "Roku Firewall Ports" on Google didn't give too much insight.
If there's a forum post or a search result that I completely missed while trying to find information on this, please let me know, and I'll look there. I found an article by TrendMicro about a separate product (but it still deals with Miracast, so I guess it's relevant enough to look into), and I am starting to look into that. I just wanted to post this up here to see if anyone else has had a similar issue and already has a fix.
Current relevant configuration: One windows-based Dell laptop (Dell Latitude E7480 w/ WiDi (Miracast) support) One Roku Television Same SSID Same Access Point (Mojo/Arista C-130) Anti-virus (Avast!) Third-party Firewall (CIPAFilter, but we manage it)
I do have some computers that are not having any troubles even with their anti-virus turned on, so I am unsure if a recent anti-virus or Windows update is "breaking" them -- I did get a call today from our campus technician, but it was a very vague "everyone is having trouble" and I do not know if that is the entire campus of approximately 80 machines, or just a small group of like three-to-five people who has gone to see them.
Either way, I'm kind of hard-set on it being related to a firewall issue, but if there is something else worth trying then I will try it.