December 4, 2021 at 02:37 #36550
Accessing Win 10 Machine from Ubuntu
I have to log in EVERY time, despite the fact that I keep clicking the “save this password” button.
Isn’t this supposed to be saved somewhere locally?
Where do I look?
Attachments:December 7, 2021 at 12:33 #36586BritgirlKeymaster
Checking the box “Save the password” saves it to the NoMachine connection file. I assume that is what the image showed. Can you resubmit your image? (try sending it to forum[at]nomachine[dot]com. And is the NoMachine session window still asking you to fill in the fields for username and password?
If you want to bypass the Windows own system login, that is something that you should be configuring in your Windows policies.
References:January 3, 2022 at 01:22 #36898
I have to log in every time, despite the fact that I keep clicking the “save this password” button in the NoMachine session window. After it connects, I also have to close all 4 or 5 of the initial setup windows, even though I click “Do not show this again”
It does NOT do this from a remote Android device, (one click to login, and the setup windows don’t come back). I’m totally guessing, but the local machine is NOT saving any of this information. Where does NoMachine store the session login & settings information? I think I have a permissions issue & it can’t write the settings to the disk.
As for the last question about logging in without a password. That is not my question. The remote machine is set to require a password to log on. Remember this works from Android remotely and the passwords are working. I just don’t want to enter it EVERY time. I
I believe this is a Ubuntu file permissions issue?
Local Machine – Ubuntu 20.04, NoMachine 6.15.1-3 amd64
Remote Machine Win 10 Home, NoMachine 6.16.1
Link to screenshotFebruary 15, 2022 at 11:50 #37530BritgirlKeymaster
This looks like a permissions problem. What desktop environment is this, I can’t tell from the screenshot? Check permissions and ownership of the home directory, $HOME/Documents/NoMachine and $HOME/.nx folders.
I also have to close all 4 or 5 of the initial setup windows
This could be helpful:
https://knowledgebase.nomachine.com/DT11R00186, chapter 2.3February 17, 2022 at 05:50 #37577
The DE is XFCE
I’ll check the permissions in all the places you specified.
Nice link to the FAQ article also. I have a bit of reading to do.
By the way, I just bought a chromebook duet 2 days ago & I’m using NoMachine via android. No issues at all.
It has to be something on that Ubuntu machine
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