Mysterious indelible connection

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    Avatarpliuphys
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    A connection appeared in my connection list and I could not delete this. I tried to delete ~/.nx, /etc/NX and /usr/NX and it’s still there. It seems I could edit the linke. I found if I remove a nxs file in ~/.nx/cache/ (the name seems nonsense hexadecimal) the edition is gone. What can I do to remove this, or at least understand what’s going on? Thanks a lot.

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    #6161
    AvatarBritgirl
    Keymaster

    This isn’t a connection/session, it’s a computer on your local network. You can recognize it from the little icon. Compare it for example to a session icon: see figs 3 and 4 in this tutorial: https://www.nomachine.com/finding-other-nomachine-computers-on-the-same-network. Just like you can disable “being discovered”, you can also disable discovering other computers on your network. Check the box “Don’t show other computers on the network” that you can see in the screenshot (Open the NoMachine connection GUI, click Preferences and then Appearance).

    #6178
    Avatarpliuphys
    Participant

    Thanks! That solved the issue.

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