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After resizing NoMachine to 2560×1600 to match the physical Linux desktop I’m connecting to, any momentary interruption to the connection (eg work VPN connects/disconnects or random network glitch – I’m connecting from Australia to Canada) causes NoMachine to revert to 1920×1080 again, every time.
It’s not asking me to log in again – the NoMachine session gets restored, but the resolution changes.
It seems like it should be able to remember the resolution it was working at _10 seconds_ previously.kevin.bourgaultParticipant
Yes, I am connecting to the Linux physical desktop. (The same desktop and open windows I would see if I was physically sitting at the machine)
(Linux displays settings dialog screenshot attached) I disabled the 4K secondary display on the Linux system, so that I don’t need to worry about windows opening on the wrong monitor, and having to switch monitors in NoMachine to see them.
The NoMachine window on my Windows 10 client often opens at the right size (2560×1600) on the right-hand 4K monitor, but after entering the password for the Linux system, it immediately shrinks to 1920×1080 before showing me the remote desktop.
(Windows 10 display settings screenshot attached). The primary display on this system is 1920×1080.