This question applies to “Multiplayer” only.
I have two computers, and when they’re connected to the same network, can the “Bonjour Service 100” log appear in the event viewer on Windows, regardless of whether it’s Battle.net or UDP?
And if the log doesn’t appear simply because of the same network connection, could it be the reason why iTunes is installed? I’m asking this because, as you know, both iTunes and Starcraft:Remastered networks (especially UDP) require Bonjour services. There are many simple logs that are printed in the Event Viewer, so there are things that I don’t care about, but it bothers me when I play network games.
The Event Viewer exists in the window, and you can type “Event Viewer” in the Search menu based on Windows 10 and view the Administrative Events menu under Custom Views.
Sorry for I’m not good at English