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Britgirl, Thank you very much
Is there any solution, or any clarifications needed?
I have another problem. If I press one of these keys on A desktop(which is server’s desktop):
Command ⌘, Shift ⇧, Option ⌥, Control ⌃, Caps Lock ⇪
it also affects B desktop(which is client). Other keys like letters, and mouse work as expected.
Thank you very much, that helped 🍺
ok. I have a Mac server, and Windows client. Both are running 6.0.62 NoMachine version. I also have screen sharing turned on on mac (Settings>Sharing>Screen sharing). I have two accounts on Mac (let’s say A and B). A is logged in, B is logged out. On Windows I have vnc viewer.
Next steps forces NoMachine clients to see the B’s screen for some reason:
I log in with Windows as client with vnc to the Mac server. I appear in a login window, even though my A account is up and running. I login with the B account. (Everything is good with vnc, I can work with both accounts, but I need the speed of NoMachine.) Than I just close VNC without logging out.
Next I just need to open NoMachine client on Windows machine and connect to the Mac client. I appear on the B desktop as needed but for some reason when I use mouse and keyboard on client side, I see reactions not on the B desktop, but on the A desktop.
Any information? Or at least can someone provide me with an older version of NoMachine for mac? Older than 6.x.x.
The method how to achieve that which I described above worked pretty good actually. But with the new 6th version one thing is broken now. I can see the screen of the second user on client pc, while I can work on the server pc, but after the update using mouse or keyboard on client’s side affects the server account. I wonder if someone can fix this on one of the next updates?
Ping from windows to Mac is about 7ms average, but sometimes for some reason it goes up to 200ms(not more than that).
Mac has a monitor, but I also tried to disconnect it before connecting.
I have edited the file with ‘sudo vi’ and tried to restart nomachine with your command but received:
NX> 596 ERROR: Invalid command: ‘–restart’
So I just restarted nomachine from it’s GUI menu. When I try to connect now from windows machine I get what is displayed on the screenshots.
Both are pretty much the same they all have the checkboxes off at this screen. I also tried to change resolution and quality to the minimum values and that gave no effect(same 5-10 fps), and that is strange.
When connecting to the Mac from the notebook: notebook ~20%, mac ~10% cpu load