NoMachine Free Version 6.7.6
From: Laptop – Win 10 Home 1809 – 64 bit, using laptop display
To: Desktop – Win 10 Pro 1903 – 64 bit
In response to posts about problems with mouse control when playing games remotely, e.g. Minecraft, I attempted to follow the directions in post #6224:
“While connected to the remote computer, open the NoMachine menu (Ctrl+Alt+0) chose Devices then Connect a USB device, find your local USB mouse and click Connect.”
On my local laptop I have touchpad and a USB wireless mouse, but I could not see any devices shown.
So I connected another mouse – MS Basic Optical Mouse V2 – I made sure that I downloaded the latest driver from Microsoft. I noticed that the Device Manager Events tab showed the driver had failed to migrate, so I connected to a different USB port and confirmed successful migration.
So I know that my mouse driver is correctly installed (see MouseDriverDetails.png), yet when I go to Connect a USB device there is nothing there! (See NoDevices.png)
To clarify: from my laptop I run NoMachine and connect to my desktop PC. While viewing my Desktop PC I bring up the options menu, select Devices and Connect a USB device and I see no local and no remote devices!