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    I still don’t know if there was a change on the Windows side (since my company controls it), but I did notice that the “Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation” was using 2.5GB [!] of memory.

    So I did the Microsoft fix and rebooted the laptop. Everything’s fine now.

    And an unusual and unexpected surge in memory use is very much part of the Windows brand ….

    Anyway, thanks for that clue. If the problem reoccurs, I’ll send you the logs.

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    Ack! I didn’t quite finish. I’m now on Fedora 29 and cannot receive connections outside my local network; local connections from my Windows 10 laptop are not a problem.

     

    I’ve attached logs from both machines.

     

    Thanks!

     

    in reply to: No external IP address on Fedora 28; present on Win10 #20375
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    I still have no idea what the trouble was, but it’s fixed.

    I did a fresh install (rather than a dnf update) of Fedora 29 and installed the latest NoMachine; now everything is working as it should.

    in reply to: No external IP address on Fedora 28; present on Win10 #19687
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    My F28 Server Preferences dialogue shows 2 local IP addresses with 2 protocols, of which I see only the top 3 by default:

    nx://10.0.0.xxx

    ssh://10.0.0.xxx

    nx://10.105.xxx.xxx

    ssh://10.105.xxx.xxx

    sudo /usr/NX/bin/nxserver --upnpstatusx

    runs without error, but shows no output, while server.cfg shows

    EnableUPnP NX

    The W10 box shows three IPs:

    nx://10.0.0.xxx

    nx://10.105.xxx.xxx

    nx://174.59.xxx.xxx:xxxx

    Unfortunately, I don’t have admin rights (it’s owned by my employer), so I can’t run nxserver from the command line, nor do I see logs anywhere. But note that I’m much more comfortable with Linux than Windoze …

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