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It seems NoMachine works very differently than the other remote dektop programs I use.
I still don’t know anything about the other authentication methods, but I presume they are too complicated for me as well.
If it’s not possible to use it in a very very simple way like the others (for example, the server program creates a password I have to add to the controller program to access, or just remembers the connection even without a password), I’ll let it go.
Maybe I will check it again a few months later.
I want to avoid the force log out from the server, not achieve it. Could you please link some article that explains the second and/or the forth authentication methods? In other programs, I only have to add a password to the program itself, not to the Windows, I’m not interested in this method if I can’t use it with a passwordless Windows account.
I thought it’s like the built-in Windows remote desktop that (probably…) forces log out from the server machine. Btw, it doesn’t matter, because it seems without using a password, even connecting to my desktop with NM is an unreachable goal for me 🙁
Thanks, so, if I understand correctly, there is a way to log in without a password?
Does NoMachine work like the Windows Remote access, that logs out the user when the remote access session starts, and I need to log in again to that machine when the session ends?
I’m looking for a solution that can allow instant remote access without that process, like [removed], [removed], [removed], etc.
Unfortunately, none of these are perfect, so I keep looking.
Thanks, I’ve read that, but still don’t have a clue…I would like to remote access from my Win10 laptop to my Win7 PC via home network (don’t prefer internet connection, because it’s not that stable and unnecessary in my case), but I do not use password to login to that Win7 PC (only have a username).
Can i use username/password authentication in NoMachine without adding a password to my Win7 PC user?