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  • in reply to: iPad OS 14 gives me “No route to host” error #29913
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    Open Settings, Privacy, Local Network, look for the NoMachine app in the list and grant the permission.

    Yes, that was it!  Setting “Privacy, Local Network” to on for NoMachine is all that’s required for this to work.  I.e. with “Network browsing” set to off in NoMachine’s settings that just disables the auto-discovery of NoMachine servers.  All of my statically defined connections continue to work.

    I thought there might be an Apple setting affecting this, but when you search the settings app for “NoMachine” you don’t get any results.

    Thanks for much for the quick fix.

    in reply to: iPad OS 14 gives me “No route to host” error #29909
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    That showed the first time running NoMachine after my iPad updated, I may have tapped “Don’t Allow”.   I don’t know how to get that message back, but I do have the NoMachine app’s privacy setting “Network browsing” setting “Don’t show other computers on the network” set to off.  Is that the same thing?  If not, how do I allow the app to connect to computers on my network?

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    I’m sorry, this was my mistake.  I thought I restarted all the servers, but when I went back and checked I had forgotten to restart a couple of them.  I had assumed it was all of my servers re-populating my connection list when in fact it was just these two.  After I restarted these two servers I no longer have any dynamically discovered servers in my list.  I did use Wireshark to check out MDNS traffic on my network and discovered I have several devices using it, but no more NoMachine servers advertising themselves.

    So sorry for the noise/misinformation, but thanks for the help.

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    Thanks

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    Yes, I restarted nxserver after making the changes.  What protocol/port does nxserver use to advertise its presence?  For example TCP or UDP port 4000?  With that info I can take a packet capture to check if my servers are still advertising their presence.

    in reply to: SHIFT left mouse click drag doesn’t work on my Mac #26449
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    That worked!  It all works correctly now, thanks!

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