“Unknown parameter: session” message when integrating with Remote Desktop Manager

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  • #37354
    kodkbat
    Participant

    Good afternoon.
    I want to integrate NoMachine into the Remote Desktop Manager (RDM). The program creates an NX session, but there is an error when connecting.
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    NX
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    Unknown parameter: ‘session’

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    OK
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    Then another window appears with a description of the NXCLIENT syntax

    What could be the problem?

    #37434
    Britgirl
    Keymaster

    Hi, as far as we are aware, Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager supports NoMachine sessions, including the latest version. We checked just to make sure.

    Confirm what you are using with regards to NoMachine software (both client and server) and the RDM product version as well.
    Additionally, please tell us the steps you are following in order to the produce the error you receive.

    If you are using an old version of NoMachine software, I advise you to update to the latest version. We can only provide help here for currently supported versions.

    #37460
    kodkbat
    Participant

    The latest versions of both programs are used.

    NoMachine 7.8.2

    RDM 2021.2.29.0 64-BIT

    I create a new record in RDM, in the properties I select the session from the session NoMachine. Then I start the session and get errors.

    #37471
    Britgirl
    Keymaster

    Can you show me a screenshot of the path that you are selecting in the RDM GUI? You should be selecting ‘NoMachine’ and not ‘NX Client’. An image of what you see would help to understand what you are choosing. NoMachine on the client-side starts the session with nxplayer and not nxclient.

    #37481
    kodkbat
    Participant

    Visually, both clients are very similar in RDM, and for some reason only NXClient was shown in the search. I found NoMachine and everything worked. Thanks for the help.

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