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The problem arises from the fact that 32 bit apps have stricter limits with regards to memory. Once packages for 64-bit Windows HW are made available, this problem will go away.
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If it’s a different computer, then you were right to send us new logs. Thanks.
Please submit logs. The logs that you already sent for the other topic, do they contain also information about the session when this happened? If not, we’ll need a fresh set.
Provided you want to run virtual desktops on Linux, then you will need one of the products from the Terminal Server for Linux range. I suggest you try Workstation which offers 4 virtual desktops. This will allow two different users to each have their own individual desktop running on the host at the same time.
Server side logs don’t contain the C:\ProgramData\NoMachine\var\log\node directory, which is fundamental to investigate the problem. Client side logs are not from the correct location (%USERPROFILE%\.nx).
If you are using the free version, one connection is allowed to the remote computer.
If you want two different users to connect to the remote desktop simultaneously, you should install Enterprise Desktop. Both users, regardless of the OS, will see the same physical desktop.
Virtual desktops is a feature of the Terminal Server for Linux range. See here for more details:
What is the difference between physical desktop connection and virtual desktop connection?
Differences between NoMachine for Linux and NoMachine Workstation for Linux
Sounds like you have a double NAT there. You can ask your ISP what your options are for getting a permanent IP address.September 21, 2020 at 15:36 in reply to: Correct procedure to install NX on a Domain Controller #29552
Can you see the monitor (!M icon) in the task bar?
Does it disappear and then come back?
Is this what you mean when you say it starts and stops?
At the moment what is shown is only those connected via NoMachine. With the implementation of this Feature Request, it will be possible to see if a user is logged in locally as well.
Assigning the first Enterprise Desktop free to the user
https://www.nomachine.com/FR06R03995September 18, 2020 at 10:25 in reply to: Authentication failing when unlocking to change server preferences #29521
From the second set of logs that we received, there were some folders missing. It would be necessary to see these.
Please check ~/.nx directory whether there are folders which start with “S-“.
You will need admin rights to be able to see these.
Also check whether there are files which have the prefix ‘nxplayer_’ in these folders-
Send these via email or attach them here.
If you are still encountering the issue, we can send you a debug package which will help to identify the problem. The logs you sent were not complete. Let us know.
Thanks for letting us know 🙂September 10, 2020 at 16:42 in reply to: Cannot redirect USB to AWS Windows Server 2019 USB #29427
Steve, if there was an image attached to your reply, please submit it directly to forum[at]nomachine[dot]com.September 9, 2020 at 07:13 in reply to: Can connect even without permission required option #29400
Permission is not requested if the user that is connecting is the owner of the desktop session. So, if someone is connecting to the desktop with the owner’s account name, there will be no request to authorize shown to the person sitting in front of the computer at the time, if there is someone sitting there.
If you are sitting in front of the computer that someone is asking and you want to be able to authorize or decline, that other person should connect with another account.
Hi, the logs didn’t indicate a problem with NoMachine, but I know the developers are still analysing the issue. We’ll update you soon.