We went from a Windows 7 machine to a Windows 10 machine and tried running an Adobe Air file that would trigger some devices connected to phidget. The Phidget is connected via USB and it responds to the Phidget Control Panel.
The bat file triggers Serproxy and a script that the Air file communicates with.
Currently we get Failed to Open comm port-connection refused From Serproxy 0.2.0
We also get a Phidget Error of #2031: Socket Error
Hoping someone can provide some guidance.
Source: Windows Questions