I do understand that the Network Lock is there to prevent many kinds of leaks. Yet, I am not certain which settings are appropriate for my purposes, and I could not find any definitive answers.
I'd like the Network Lock to do be active whenever I'm connected to an Air server, but never to be active when I'm not connected. (BTW, I'm using Windows.)
So my question goes like this: When I connect to an Air server, will the Network Lock become active by default? Or do I have to enable it manually? Having a look at the display with the lock icon on the right above, it seems to me that the latter ist true.
As I understand it, by going to "Preferences" and then choosing "Activate Network Lock at startup", I can make sure the Network Lock is enabled just as long as the Air Client is running - whether my OS is connected to an Air server or not. (If this is the case, I will be very fine with this solution.)
Am I right so far?
If I got it right, I would personally guess that many people might not intuitively apprehend how to work properly with the Network Lock. Hence I would humbly suggest to you to consider changing parameters, so that when people connect to a n Air server, the Network lock will be active for their whole session by default.
Thank you for your help and support.