Creating an Ad Hoc Connection is useful when troubleshooting your network. This is helpful when trying to diagnose issues with ProRemote or Master/Slave issues as well. This article explains in detail how to do this for a Windows 10 machine.
To create an Ah Hoc connection on Windows 10, we recommend using "Simple Ad Hoc Creator", as we have found this app to make this process very easy. This app is available from SourceForge, here. Once you download the app and open it, you will be prompted to "Allow this App to Make Changes on your Device", you need to select yes. Once you have done that You should see the main UI (User Interface) for this app. Enter a Network SSID (in the screenshot below, I used Test Network) and password of your choice. For Simplicity, I would not make this a hard password to type, as you will need to type this into your other devices to connect to this network.
Once you create your Network, you need to click Start. You can now go to your other device and connect to this network in your WIFI settings. Once you are connected on your other device, you need to wait a few moments to let your device get an IP address. After a few moments, either go into ProRemote and test to see if you are able to control your presentations from your mobile device, or test for your Master Control issues.
You should now be able to control your device with this network. If you are able to with this network, this should give you some insight that there is an issue with your existing wireless network and you should get with your network administrator to narrow the issue down and resolve it. If you are still having issues, you can uninstall and re-install the app. Should this not solve your issue, please contact email@example.com.