Possible permission problem on Windows x64

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  • #2278
    schmigz
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    When working from home, I use our companies remote access tool to connect to my Windows 7 machine in the office.  I then open a NoMachine Session and the client closes instantly.  The client version is 4.0.370 on Windows 7 x64.  Also tried on Windows 8.1 x64 with same results.  It works fine if I physically sit at the PC but when I remote in, that is when it crashes.  The server I am connecting to is NoMachine 4.0.370 Terminal Server on Debian Wheezy x64.  This is a floating window single application that I am trying to launch.  Attached is the log from the session but the important part seems to be:

    Error: Out of memory allocating 393216 bytes in context [C].

    11392 10988 16:14:13 836.190 BufferPool: ERROR! Out of memory allocating 393216 bytes in context [C].

    11392 10988 16:14:13 836.190 System/System: Abort called for system at 0x6746b180.

    11392 10988 16:14:13 836.190 System/System: Error is 12, ‘Not enough space’.

    Error: Killing the current program.

    11684 12164 16:15:23 046.111 Main: Cleaning up old log files.

    current program.

    #2288
    Britgirl
    Keymaster

    Please check if this is due to some antivirus running on your machine. In particular try to shut down BitDefender or make an exception for the NoMachine client.

    See here: http://forums.thesecretworld.com/showthread.php?t=48919&page=35

    and here: http://forums.thesecretworld.com/showthread.php?t=77016

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