Mouse Without Borders unable to connect after upgradeing to windows 10

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I have used MWB for long time.  I upgraded my Desktop to Windows 10 and it will no longer connect.  During the upgrade it is a complete format and reinstall of our Corporate Image.   I work in the IT department.

Desktop                    LapTop
Win 10       <----->      Win7
WSVM0056               LTDF0085
172.20.161.83           172.20.161.136

Both systems are forced to be on the same subnet by disabling the wifi on the laptop.

Things that I have tried:

Verified Firewall settings

Attempted to connect via FQDN

Turned off wireless and disabled wireless adapter on Laptop

Attempted TCP setting

Attempted Manually configuration with only specific binding

It use to work fine before upgradeing my desktop to windows 10

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Logs from desktop

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Mouse without Borders2.1.6.1027
Ethernet | Intel(R) 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection:172.20.161.83
VMware Network Adapter VMnet8 | VMware Virtual Ethernet Adapter for VMnet8:192.168.202.1
VMware Network Adapter VMnet1 | VMware Virtual Ethernet Adapter for VMnet1:192.168.116.1
Ethernet | Intel(R) 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection(ActiveNIC)
Protocol: TCP
domain\user1157540910
WSVM0056/1403065516/1403065516
Matrix: LTDF0085,WSVM0056,,
McPool: LTDF0085.domain.com:0,WSVM0056:1403065516,:,:
TwoRow:False, WrapMouse:False, ShareClipboard:True, ShowLogonLogo:False, HideMouse:True, DrawMouse:False, ValidateIP:False
EasyMouse:True, DisCAD:True, BlockScrSv:True, RelativeMM:False, ConrnerBlock:False, VKMap:False
Hotkeys: Switch:112, Settings:77, LockMachine:76, Reconnect:82, Exit:81, AllPC:0, EasyMouse:0, CaptureScr:83
WSVM0056=>LTDF0085(1896428298):connecting
WSVM0056<=(0):forceclosed
Helper:198856
RemoteDeviceEnabled:False

Name2IP=
Last 10 error messages:
06/16 09:38:36.392 !Exception!: Cannot access a disposed object.
Object name: 'System.Net.Sockets.Socket'.
   at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.get_RemoteEndPoint()
   at MouseWithoutBorders.Common.GetRemoteStringIP(Socket s)
06/16 09:38:36.392 !Exception!: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
   at MouseWithoutBorders.Common.GenLegalKey()
   at MouseWithoutBorders.Common.GetEncryptedStream(Stream encyptedStream)
   at MouseWithoutBorders.TcpSk.get_EncryptedStream()
   at MouseWithoutBorders.SocketStuff.TcpSendData(TcpSk tcp, Byte[] bytes)
   at MouseWithoutBorders.SocketStuff.TcpSend(TcpSk tcp, DATA data)
   at MouseWithoutBorders.SocketStuff.MainTCPRoutine(TcpSk tcp, String machineName, Boolean isClient)
06/16 09:38:35.298 !Exception!: Cannot access a disposed object.
Object name: 'System.Net.Sockets.Socket'.
   at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.get_RemoteEndPoint()
   at MouseWithoutBorders.Common.GetRemoteStringIP(Socket s)
06/16 09:38:35.298 !Exception!: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
   at MouseWithoutBorders.Common.GenLegalKey()
   at MouseWithoutBorders.Common.GetEncryptedStream(Stream encyptedStream)
   at MouseWithoutBorders.TcpSk.get_EncryptedStream()
   at MouseWithoutBorders.SocketStuff.TcpSendData(TcpSk tcp, Byte[] bytes)
   at MouseWithoutBorders.SocketStuff.TcpSend(TcpSk tcp, DATA data)
   at MouseWithoutBorders.SocketStuff.MainTCPRoutine(TcpSk tcp, String machineName, Boolean isClient)
06/16 09:38:34.204 !Exception!: Cannot access a disposed object.
Object name: 'System.Net.Sockets.Socket'.
   at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.get_RemoteEndPoint()
   at MouseWithoutBorders.Common.GetRemoteStringIP(Socket s)
06/16 09:38:34.204 !Exception!: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
   at MouseWithoutBorders.Common.GenLegalKey()
   at MouseWithoutBorders.Common.GetEncryptedStream(Stream encyptedStream)
   at MouseWithoutBorders.TcpSk.get_EncryptedStream()
   at MouseWithoutBorders.SocketStuff.TcpSendData(TcpSk tcp, Byte[] bytes)
   at MouseWithoutBorders.SocketStuff.TcpSend(TcpSk tcp, DATA data)
   at MouseWithoutBorders.SocketStuff.MainTCPRoutine(TcpSk tcp, String machineName, Boolean isClient)
06/16 09:38:33.110 !Exception!: Cannot access a disposed object.
Object name: 'System.Net.Sockets.Socket'.
   at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.get_RemoteEndPoint()
   at MouseWithoutBorders.Common.GetRemoteStringIP(Socket s)
06/16 09:38:33.110 !Exception!: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
   at MouseWithoutBorders.Common.GenLegalKey()
   at MouseWithoutBorders.Common.GetEncryptedStream(Stream encyptedStream)
   at MouseWithoutBorders.TcpSk.get_EncryptedStream()
   at MouseWithoutBorders.SocketStuff.TcpSendData(TcpSk tcp, Byte[] bytes)
   at MouseWithoutBorders.SocketStuff.TcpSend(TcpSk tcp, DATA data)
   at MouseWithoutBorders.SocketStuff.MainTCPRoutine(TcpSk tcp, String machineName, Boolean isClient)
06/16 09:38:32.017 !Exception!: Cannot access a disposed object.
Object name: 'System.Net.Sockets.Socket'.
   at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.get_RemoteEndPoint()
   at MouseWithoutBorders.Common.GetRemoteStringIP(Socket s)
06/16 09:38:32.017 !Exception!: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
   at MouseWithoutBorders.Common.GenLegalKey()
   at MouseWithoutBorders.Common.GetEncryptedStream(Stream encyptedStream)
   at MouseWithoutBorders.TcpSk.get_EncryptedStream()
   at MouseWithoutBorders.SocketStuff.TcpSendData(TcpSk tcp, Byte[] bytes)
   at MouseWithoutBorders.SocketStuff.TcpSend(TcpSk tcp, DATA data)
   at MouseWithoutBorders.SocketStuff.MainTCPRoutine(TcpSk tcp, String machineName, Boolean isClient)
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Mouse without Borders2.1.6.1027

Thanks for the hint.  My old version stopped working after 15063.  I then switched to Remote Desktop but a recent update broke that too, so I decided to fix both.  After trying to fiddle with the firewall settings (which I am sure were the problem) I gave up, uninstalled the version that I had, got the latest (yours) and everything worked as if nothing had changed.  YMMV.