Are We still using app monitor?

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I'm not sure where this issue stands anymore.  We've experienced 2 issues.  App monitor, while correctly configured opens multiple instances of Chrome (one a minute)...not on all machines though.  Rise player by itself does not always open.  Is there a configuration we can say works for sure?
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tony,

Since Chrome 44 has released, we've been slowly disabling our application monitors throughout our office. In some cases, Application Monitor is doing more harm than good. On a case-by-case basis we recommend a change, or total removal of the program. If you decide to remove Application Monitor, please let us know your experience.

I remember when we chatted a few months ago, you yearned for the days of our "Native Player". Well, I'm not sure if you saw Byron's announcement last night, but our new Rise Windows and Linux Players came out to a public beta last night! These players are both built in the same way Native Player was. Including a built in java watchdog script. You may want to try these out. The more feedback we get, the sooner we can get issues taken care of and get the full releases out to the public!