This article is valid for the Evolution 05, Evolution 05 Mini, Evolution 12 and Evolution 180 Camera Range
When you open the Camera Configuration Tool, your cameras should be automatically located if you are on the same subnet. If no cameras are found it may be due to your windows firewall settings. You need to verify the Camera Configuration Tool is allowed through your windows firewall regardless if the firewall is active or not.
Open Control Panel on your PC and search for Firewall, here you will see a link to 'Allow an app through Windows Firewall'
Clicking the link opens the Allowed Apps list:
If the Camera Configuration tool is listed be sure both Public & Private are selected and the left check box is selected. If they are not, click 'Change Settings' button at the top, select the appropriate boxes and click OK.
If the Camera Configuration Tool is not listed, you need to add it to the allowed apps list.
Click the 'Change Settings' button at the top then click the 'Allow another app'... button at the bottom.
This opens the Add an App window. Click Browse and navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Oncam Grandeye\Camera Configuration Tool select the Camera Configuration Tool and click Open.
Next, click the 'Network types...' button and select both Public and Private and click OK, then click Add to return to the Allowed Apps list.
You should now see the Camera Configuration Tool in the Allowed Apps list
Click OK to close the Allowed Apps list.
If the Camera Configuration tool is open, close it now and re-open to allow the changes to be read. You should now see your cameras listed as long as you are on the same subnet.
If the Camera Configuration Tool is listed twice click the 'Change Settings' button, select one of the entries and click the Remove button at the bottom. Verify the remaining Camera Configuration Tool has both Public & Private access allowed.