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Thanks, I’ve been comparing different RD and sharing options from various free orgs and upgradable companies. So that contributed to my confusion over terminology. I think I get it now!
Yes, well thanks to your diligence I only need one “good” computer and can use two other oldies on different floors of the house, increasing my productivity (I have a non-commercial blog; if I garnered income from it, I would probably expand and start purchasing your business level offers). In the meantime, I do appreciate the free version.October 10, 2018 at 09:11 in reply to: Getting remote mic to work with Windows 7 64 Home Premium #19910
Since posting the above I saw this –
It works great now. I only had to do the one update.
A happy zak. 🙂
Thank you I’ll look forward to it.
Thank you so much that’s awesome. I found the guilty culprit was mostly the multi-pass toggle, probably because my WinXP computer (what I’m using as the dummy) has a really weak CPU. It’s working very well now. I appreciate your taking the time to help.
May I close with just one suggestion..? Using the Android app (on my 10″ Tablet, 2gb ram) I am not getting as much real estate as I do with the VNC app. VNC auto-hides the Android taskbar (at bottom) but can’t do sound, which I need. Would it be possible in future to develop a NoMachine Android app that utilizes all available screen space? Currently, the Android taskbar (at bottom) doesn’t auto-hide with NoMachine, and this reduces the total image considerably. Other than that, I am impressed with NoMachine’s two-way audio capabilities. Really cool to do “Hey Cortana” thru an Android Tab or a Win XP computer!