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Yes that’s exactly what I did. My main point is that I changed it on one server and it apparently changed it on all my servers.
It has not made any difference.
I get confused about what is a client or a server. I guess technically each computer with NM installed has the ability to be either whether I’m sitting at my computer or have gone to a remote Linux computer on my network. To me client is the Win7 computer I’m sitting at. To me server is a remote Linux computer. This is shown in “NM what I see from client.jpg” when I remote into a Linux computer and click the NM icon and Transfer a File/Upload from the client. It transfers a file from my Win7 client to the remote Linux server. From other menus it feels like it’s the opposite. Look at “NM client settings.jpg” and that’s what I see when I click on the NM icon in my Win7 task tray. Now it implies the Win7 computer I’m sitting at is the server.
NM-2.jpg and NM-1.jpg show you what’s been set on all my remote Linux computers after having checked the “Disable client side hardware decoding” on just one of them and it’s been this way for 5 days.
I’ve never changed anything under the Modify button. I could not find this option on my client where I control my network. I found it on a server and checked the box for “Disable the client hardware decoding.” Every server I checked after that had it checked. Seems odd that changing it on one server changes it on all servers.
This is the fifth day and I see no improvement. Let me know what to try next as I’ll be glad to do it.
This problem is getting worse. I spend far more time just connecting, disconnecting, trying again, repeat…than actually doing the work on the server I need to do.
Also, I’ve had times when I got a usable server screen and started a multi-step process and it switched to the useless unfocused screen mode forcing me to disconnect and repeatedly attempt to connect to finish the work I’d started.
Attached client nxtrace.log and .nx folder.
Linux server logs next.
CTRL+ALT+END does nothing.
That button is not on my computers.