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June 29, 2021 at 21:05 in reply to: Forwarding an iPad connected to Windows to remote Mac server #34248
Hi there, I followed your advice and yes it seems that the usb drivers are not being loaded. I have attached a screenshot showing the terminal and that the nxusb is not there. The issue I’m facing is when I open the security and privacy tab I do not see anything being blocked and don’t have the option to allow anything through. Is there another way to load these drivers? I have attached a screenshot below, thank you.
Attachments:June 23, 2021 at 03:10 in reply to: Forwarding an iPad connected to Windows to remote Mac server #34159
Just as a quick follow up to this post, not sure if this is relevant but when I go into the connect a disk menu I am able to see the disk drives from both the remote and local machines and can successfully connect disks from remote to local and vice versa.June 22, 2021 at 17:15 in reply to: Forwarding an iPad connected to Windows to remote Mac server #34141
Hi thank you for your response. I tried forwarding a simple USB drive as requested and this also fails as well as shown in the attached screenshot. I tried following the steps in the article provided but when I open the security and privacy window I already had all the options checked and did not see a message that stated that “NoMachine s.a.r.l was blocked from loading”.
I saw in the tip box that Apple only allows 30 minutes to deal with unblocking system extensions so I thought maybe I missed this window on the first installation so I tried reinstalling NoMachine on the Mac server. After a fresh install, the only dialog I received was to allow NxNode to make changes to the system. I have attached a screenshot showing my security and privacy screen after a new install and how there seem to be no extensions blocked.