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November 19, 2020 at 16:08 in reply to: NoMachine connection fails first attempt, second attempt always successful #30451arliinsandbulteParticipant
Another user that remotes into the same PC is on Mac and also sees the same issue when first connecting.November 19, 2020 at 16:08 in reply to: NoMachine connection fails first attempt, second attempt always successful #30450arliinsandbulteParticipant
I have submitted the log files as requested.
And, I made a video of all the Advanced Power Settings and sent that in an email too.
Here is some more info on this behavior:
- When connecting the first time, I *DO* have mouse and keyboard control of the remote (server) PC, but I cannot see it. I only see a static image of the remote desktop. When double click on a desktop icon, nothing happens locally. But, when I quit NoMachine and connect the second time, the program that I double clicked on is open and running.
- On the local machine, when I connect the first time, I see the remote (server) PC desktop, but when I move the mouse, the remote (server) mouse seems to just drift and not follow my local mouse cursor. (I have show server mouse icon enabled).
- The remote (server) PC has 3 screens attached.
- The remote (server) PC is configured to login to a standard user (non-admin) account automatically at boot. This is set by running the netplwiz utility:
Then, in the User Accounts dialog box, click the account you want to automatically log on to.
Then, clear the ‘Users Must Enter A User Name And Password To Use This Computer’ check box.
Then, Click OK
Hope that helps. Thanks!