NoMachine For Mac 6.1.6
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, 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 all your hardware 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 interface gives you a remote link that is lightning fast and supports multiple operating systems, so you don't have to be tied down to one OS.
Supporting connections to physical desktops running Wayland.
Locking the screen automatically when the NoMachine session is disconnected.
Adding a new option to server UI for activating the computer's lock screen.
Implementing a graphical interface for web sessions on Android smartphones and iPhones.
Forwarding the screen locking key combination (Win+L) to the remote Windows desktop.
Adding a notification in server.log file when session timeout is reached.
Reloading dbs information upon custom scripts' request.
Renaming the EnableLockScreen server key into EnableScreenBlanking.
Adapting the server UI to the new configuration key name, EnableScreenBlanking.
Allowing profiles to set connection and session type limits on a per user or per group basis.
Making available client IP and user name for the load-balancing script.
Configuring the Cloud Server to assign the user to a pool of servers.
Forwarding the screen locking key combination (Win+L) to Windows sessions via web.
Implementing the possibility to run the nxserver binary with Valgrind on Linux.
Federating a server without being prompted to accept the Cloud Server key.
NoMachine virtual desktops suddenly terminate on Ubuntu and Debian.
Cannot connect to a Windows remote node when nobody is logged on.
Wrong pointer shape in virtual desktops.
NoMachine Monitor ignores the option to hide the connection bar in the tray menu.
Input events are passed to a wrong GUI session on macOS.
Voice input from remote client to server doesn't arrive clear.
Deleting the user from Users DB prevents other users from being able to log-in.
User cannot authenticate to the remote node when the name of its system group is not correctly resolved.
Authentication failed while trying to unlock changes in Server preferences.
Automatic resize fails in GNOME virtual desktops.
Hovering over buttons or links in Chrome has no effect.
The NoMachine Monitor notification balloon is not positioned correctly in some desktop environments.
No UUID after installing NoMachine Enterprise Client as user without administrator privileges.
Cannot detect a physical session if a process with a name starting with X or Xorg has a valid display.
Physical session freezes with black screen if earlier connection fails on client side because of lost network.
Updating a Workstation or Terminal Server v. 6 with a Terminal Server Node package is not blocked.
Multiple issues when updating or installing NoMachine to a non default directory on Linux.
Shutdown of the NoMachine server may leave nxserver processes running.
ASMedia USB drivers and NoMachine USB drivers conflict on Windows laptop running docked.
High CPU usage for nx processes when reconnecting to PulseAudio server is not possible.
Wrong mouse cursor size on Retina displays.
FLTK applications are not displayed correctly in virtual desktops.
The remote screen is not resized to the browser's resolution when the connection file is loaded using the URI approach.
NoMachine (server) takes 100% RAM on Windows when the nxlsa module is not accessible.
Warning 'MaxRequestWorkers of 255 is not an integer multiple of ThreadsPerChild of 240' is reported in the nxhtd logs.
The 'nxserver --terminate' command doesn't work on the main server.
The image of the server product logo is missing inside a web session.
Audio stops working after the upgrade on server side to NoMachine v. 5.2.11.