NoMachine is a free remote desktop application that has stacks of powerful features. With NoMachine you can access all your files and folders, Watch DVDs, the TV, or YouTube videos from wherever you are. You can view smooth, high-resolution video and audio from your PC or Mac to any NoMachine-enabled device. The application even works with any USB controller, so you can play games remotely.
With NoMachine you can access your devices. You can print a file located on the remote computer to a local printer. You can even access your pen drives, scanners and all your disks as if you were sat in front of them.
KEY FEATURES INCLUDE:
- Travel to any desktop. With NoMachine you can access any computer and begin working as if you were sat in front of it.
- Work with any content. NoMachine gives you all of your content and programs to access remotely. Whether that be working with animated models, presentations or images.
- Meet with others where you work. The application lets you securely share your desktop and allows collaboration and file sharing between you and your work colleagues.
- Human Interface. NoMachine's human-machine interface gives you a remote link that is lightning fast. The application supports multiple operating systems so you don't have to be tied down to one OS.
This new version, 6.3.6, additionally provides fixes for issues affecting previous versions.
Enhancements available are:
Making NoMachine server compatible with Fail2ban.
Improving the load balancing mechanism when a custom script is used
Providing a configuration key to lock down web connections by nxs files.
Adding a check at server's startup to verify if 'localhost' can be resolved.
Supporting a custom script for setting environment variables inside a virtual desktop session.
Showing the connected browser type and version in the server session list.
Giving the possibility to execute custom scripts triggered on change resolution events.
Showing the real client version in the output of the nxserver --list/--history commands.
Adding a server configuration key to allow administrators disabling clients' auto-reconnect.
Add a new configuration key to enable/disable connections to the system login screen.
Upgrading nxhtd to the last Apache version (v. 2.4.34).
Auto-feed user's credentials to web session.
Adding a client preference to configure a specific frame rate.
Adding options in display settings to configure frame rate in web sessions.
Supporting a SSH authentication agent.
Using a frame rate for encoding displays specified by the user.
Replace some connection error messages with user friendly issues description.
Adding a switch to the 'nxserver --debug' command to enable debug logs for the display agent.
Renaming the EnableServerRole server configuration key into EnableDirectConnections.
This latest release also provides the following fixes:
Cannot authenticate to Windows via NX protocol and private key authentication.
Session status is inconsistent in a multi-node environment.
Blurred fonts occurs in a KDE Konsole.
Web sessions ignore the 'EnableWebConnectionName' key.
The AcceptedMethods key is present in the server configuration file after upgrading to v. 6.1.6
Kerberos Credentials Cache is relabelled each time users log-in by NoMachine.
The automatic lock of the screen is not activated with CTWM, Fluxbox, MWM.
'WARNING! Cannot renew Kerberos ticket' is printed in server logs.
NoMachine falls back to VP8 encoding when FFmpeg 4.0.1 is installed on the client.
The nxnode process suddenly terminates when the connection with the display cannot be established.
Cannot execute files from disk mounted on Windows 7.
Cannot print from RHEL 7 to Windows 10.
A disk connected from server side doesn't show up in the 'Remote disks' list.
Content of NoMachine Installer is badly displayed when Windows uses the dark theme.
Sudden termination of NoMachine client on Windows 10 (April 2018 Update).
The 'nxserver --install' script removes the libnxusb library on old Linux kernels.
Image quality issues occurring when H.264 codec is used and multi-pass encoding is disabled.
Occasional crashes of nxnode process in UDP code.
System accounts configured to use Kerberos cannot start NoMachine sessions on Fedora.
Redundant messages 'WARNING! Can't create the IPv6 socket' are printed in logs.
Key forwarding does not work properly when smart card is used.
Audio is not available in NoMachine nested sessions.
Connection timeout error when reconnecting to the physical display.
Conflict with NoMachine USB driver on Lenovo ThinkPad T470s.
Ghost printers are forwarded in the NoMachine sessions after a system reboot on CentOS 7/RHEl 7.
PulseAudio files are left in the /tmp directory when the NoMachine session is terminated.
Purple and green bands show up in the browser window when connecting the web session from FF or Chrome.
The ownership of Kerberos ticket cache file is changed when NoMachine is restarted.
White or black screen in Windows XP session.
The login window appears to be very small on Oracle Linux 7u4.
The manual selection option has no effect on NoMachine User Interface.
The nxserver service is disabled after a physical desktop failure.
Possible arbitrary code execution on client's wintab32.dll preload.
Low performance on some MacBook Pro models.