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Hi, we fixed this TR in the 8.1.2 release
Cannot connect to physical desktop on macOS after a system update
Note that the fix to this Trouble Report will require to give accessibility permissions to NoMachine or nxnode one last time. After that, the problem should not appear again.
Check that permissions are added. Does this help?
Hi, check that you USB is enabled on your Linux server.
What to do if USB support is disabled on Linux
then try again, and don’t forget to check that it loads correctly (tip in the last part of the article).
After compiling the kernel module it’s a good idea to check that it loads correctly on the machine where you compiled it. To do this start a NoMachine connection, open the Menu -> Devices -> Connect a USB device, and wait 10 seconds until available devices appear. Then, open a terminal on the host where you compiled nxusb.ko and type:
lsmod | grep nxusb
If the output is not empty, the nxusb kernel has been compiled and loaded correctly on your machine.
Does it help?
Please our notice here about iOS16.
Important notice for NoMachine users about iOS version 16
Hello and welcome 🙂
firstly take a look a the latest Cloud Sever Family in version 8. There have been a lot of improvements in the navigation interface, so it’s easier to add/remove nodes and monitor your node machines as well (more about this is here http://www.nomachine.com/cloud-server-family). In your case, you should look at Enterprise Cloud Server or Enterprise Cloud Server Cluster. Both allow unlimited connections, the latter provides failover capabilities.
Regarding kerberos support in add/remove and other admin operations (via GUI or CLI), this is planned. At the moment, adding and removing nodes to the cloud server is done via password authentication. We had planned to extend support for other authentication methods, including Kerberos, to the administrator procedures in the recent v8, but unfortunately other priorities meant that this got postponed to a later release.
To allow users to connect using kerberos, you need set the following on your cloud server host:
These last two paths can be slightly different depending on the system.
The user, when creating a connection should do the following in the Player. Click ‘Add’, go to Configuration, select “Use kerberos ticket-based authentication”. If you want to use more options, click ‘Modify’. Choosing DNS translation will require an IP address in the Address Host field, otherwise provide a hostname.
Very strange. We will need logs from Computer A/B, to understand what is happening. Please read the instructions here and send them to forum[at]nomachine[dot]com. Thanks!
I have forwarded the output of the windbg file to our developers. There was some weird formatting in it, so hence that’s why its’ not posted here.
Are you using the latest version 8?
There are two ways to uninstall USB drivers for Windows. You can find detailed instructions here: https://kb.nomachine.com/AR12O00955
Regarding the issue, do you have any other USB forwarding (or related) software installed on the machine?
Glad to know that installed Mate solved the problem for you. Thanks for letting us know.
We are aware of this and have already opened a Trouble Report. You can use the following link to monitor its status.
Disk forwarding not working on macOS 12
Thanks for the additional info. Please check your inbox
Are you using session recording or is there more than one user connected to the desktop? Either of these cases will implicitly enable the remote cursor.
Also make sure you update to the latest version of NoMachine (both sides). We recently released version 8.
Hi, the server logs show that the connection with the Player was lost. Could you send us the logs from the client side as well? Go to https://kb.nomachine.com/DT11R00182 and scroll down to “Collect Client Side Logs”. Please submit them to forum[at]nomachine[com] as you did earlier. Thank you!
Glad to know it’s working 🙂 Thanks for letting us know.
Hi, setting the key to 60s should be enough. If it’s not it could suggest something is wrong with your configuration. Additional debugging can be done but not via the forums. One of the team will contact you to provide further instructions.
Please update to the latest maintenance release:
NoMachine 8 is a universal package for both Intel and M1.September 27, 2022 at 17:15 in reply to: Where can I find the M1/M2 version to download for NoMachine 8? #40392