McVitas

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  • in reply to: Numpad types every second keystroke #37197
    McVitas
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    Well, so I have sent the email again. It’s been almost a week and I am still waiting for some follow up… the problem keeps happening

    in reply to: Numpad types every second keystroke #37097
    McVitas
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    Sent another logs today. But there seems to be another bug happening! Once I restart the NoMachine server I can no longer connect! It says authenticaion failure, but the password is saved in the connection file and if I do run as command on the target machine it works! The only solution is the reboot the whole PC!

    in reply to: Numpad types every second keystroke #37085
    McVitas
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    well, I suggest you to check those instructions, because that’s exactly what I have followed 😉 I expressed my concern in the email if just changing the SessionLogLevel without restarting the service does anything. Seems like I am right and it doesn’t. I will keep it now on that value and wait for another time this happens

    in reply to: Numpad types every second keystroke #37021
    McVitas
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    So it happened today! I replied to email from Britgirl

    in reply to: Numpad types every second keystroke #36847
    McVitas
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    restarting of the whole target PC helped…

    in reply to: Numpad types every second keystroke #36846
    McVitas
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    and now I have another problem – after restarting NoMachine server I cannot connect anymore because authentication failed and it asks me for credentials again! I was always using local administrator and now it stopped working. I tested via runas command that the credentials work fine on the target machine but can’t use them for connection. What is this?

    in reply to: Numpad types every second keystroke #36845
    McVitas
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    Sorry I didn’t find it in my gmail. Maybe it was in spam folder but got already deleted… Please send it again. I have the problem again, so now I would like to do some debugging

    in reply to: Numpad types every second keystroke #36673
    McVitas
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    Hello! Where is the debug package?? I am now having a vacation so didn’t need it much…

    Now I tried to restart the NoMachine server and it helped! Not sure when it starts happening again though… In that case I would like to be able to do some debug and post it here

    in reply to: Numpad types every second keystroke #36637
    McVitas
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    Definitely, send me the debug package please! I remember that this actually happened to me first in aAugust 2020 and I had different PCs back then! Both source and target PCs were different hardware. I didn’t write it into forums back then and it somehow stopped. Now it seems to be continuing for more days however.

    in reply to: Numpad types every second keystroke #36623
    McVitas
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    and it doesn’t matter which application I type into. It skips keystrokes everywhere.

    And now I notice another super weird behavior! Alternating caps lock! If I switch on caps lock in NoMachine window

    iT TyPeS LiKe tHiS!

    in reply to: Numpad types every second keystroke #36622
    McVitas
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    Regarding NoMachine products and version… is this a known bug affecting certain versions? I am always updating whenever there is an update available so I suppose it’s the lastest. Server shows it’s 7.7.4

    in reply to: Numpad types every second keystroke #36621
    McVitas
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    I don’t really understand why you ask this, but OK maybe I could have Windows 11 instead of 10 if that could make any issues…

    1st machine is Windows 10 pro 20H2 and I am connecting to Windows 10 Enterprise 21H1

    Right now when I was connected the numpad didn’t work at all on the target machine (like it was switched off), but on the host machine numlock was on and I could type numbers normally. So I tried switching it off and reconnect, then I switched it on with NoMachine window in focus and the result is again what I describe – only every other keystroke is being recognized. On machine I am connecting from it works just fine.

    in reply to: Cannot authenticate #31087
    McVitas
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    but I wonder: what is the purpose of the “nx” user?

    in reply to: Cannot authenticate #31086
    McVitas
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    So it works now. Not sure what was the problem, but likely the ip address of the machine changed and I was actually connecting to some other PC on the network :-]

    in reply to: Not enough X resources #29719
    McVitas
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    Reboot of the target machine seems to be working as workaround, but it’s not practical to close and open all the apps again :-]

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