Who Is On My Wifi version 2.1.6

Version 2.1.6 of Who Is On My Wifi was released this afternoon.

This release mainly fixed the long standing problem regarding multiple users on the same machine needing to run Who’s On My Wifi.


Added support for multiple admin users on the same machine

Who’s On My Wifi can now handle multiple admin level users on the same computer.

This has been a long standing problem where if you installed the software as an admin user on your Windows 7 machine, everything would be setup, but if you logged out, and logged back in as a non-admin user, or even logged in as a secondary admin user, then Who’s On My Wifi would ask for you to setup the software again.

So, we’ve fixed this by creating a shared data repository called c:\wifidata that all users on a machine can access regardless of their privilege level or if they were the user that originally setup the software.

This bug has been out there for a long time, so we hope you enjoy the fix.

If you have any problems with it, please let us know.

Bug Fix:

Removed the Error message when non-admins login (Windows XP)

Who’s On My Wifi requires administrative privileges to run.

This means the software can only be run by admin users on Windows XP.

For Windows 7, both admin and non-admin users can run the software.

So, before this fix, on Windows XP, if an admin setup Who’s On My Wifi on a computer, and then a non-admin logged into the system, the non-admin user would receive an annoying message about sqlite not working.

Now, if Who’s On My Wifi is installed on a computer by an admin, and a non-admin user logs in, the software will simply fail silently.  It still won’t be running, but it won’t give you the error messages either.