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How to configure nxhtd to listen on specific addresses and/or ports

NoMachine provides a minimal Apache web server, nxhtd, which is pre-configured to serve sessions on the web. As it's by default with Apache, nxhtd is listening on all interfaces: "When......

Id: AR01R01070 Applies to: NoMachine Software

Added on: 2020-01-14 Last modified: 2020-01-24

What is the difference between physical desktop connection and virtual desktop connection?

When you access the physical desktop remotely, you are connecting to its physical display. This functionality is provided by both the free to download NoMachine for Win/Mac/Linux and Raspberry......

Id: AR10K00700 Applies to: FAQs

Added on: 2013-10-04 Last modified: 2020-01-20

How do I enable or disable remote connections to my desktop?

You can disable access to your physical desktop in just one click without stopping existing connections by toggling "Accepting connection is disabled/enabled" in the NoMachine monitor......

Id: AR10K00730 Applies to: FAQs

Added on: 2013-10-29 Last modified: 2020-01-20

Benchmark tests for virtual desktop sessions

This article refers to NoMachine software version 5 or at the earliest v.4. For version 6 or later, please consult We made benchmark tests with XFCE on an......

Id: AR03L00794 Applies to: NoMachine Software

Added on: 2014-03-24 Last modified: 2020-01-16

How to enable Yubico authentication with NoMachine on Linux

Procedure below has been tested with NoMachine v. 6.8.1 on CentOS 7.6/RHEL 7.6. All commands need to be executed as root from a terminal. 1. Get EPEL repository: wget https://dl.fedoraproject.......

Id: AR12Q01064 Applies to: NoMachine Software

Added on: 2019-12-06 Last modified: 2020-01-08

Improving performance of GNOME 3 in a NoMachine virtual desktop running on a RHEL host with GPU and NVIDIA drivers

This article applies to NoMachine server v. 6.4.x or later running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux  (or CentOS) 7.5 or later. For NoMachine versions older than v. 6.4.x and RHEL versions......

Id: AR01Q01012 Applies to: NoMachine Software

Added on: 2019-01-24 Last modified: 2020-01-07

How to change default ports for nxhtd

The NoMachine web server, nxhtd, accepts by default connections on port 4080 (HTTP) and 4443 (HTTPS). Administrators may change the listen ports via server's UI: 1) Click on the !M icon in......

Id: AR12Q01065 Applies to: NoMachine Server

Added on: 2019-12-09 Last modified: 2019-12-27

How to configure a NoMachine server v. 6 or later to connect web sessions on localhost or on different hosts

This article applies to NoMachine v. 6 or later. For previous versions, please refer to Since v.6, all NoMachine servers except the free version support......

Id: AR06P00984 Applies to: NoMachine Server

Added on: 2018-06-20 Last modified: 2019-12-13

How to set up UF2 (Universal 2nd factor authentication) on Linux

NoMachine currently supports two-factor authentication but this doesn't currently include authentication via UF2-enabled USB or NFC devices such as YubiKey. Support for such devices will be......

Id: AR09P00996 Applies to: NoMachine Software

Added on: 2018-09-04 Last modified: 2019-12-06

Why is the nx user added to the wheel group and how to prevent this

This article applies to connections by NX protocol to a NoMachine server on Linux, when PAM is configured to use the pam_wheel module. Connections by NoMachine via SSH protocol are not affected......

Id: AR12Q01063 Applies to: NoMachine Server

Added on: 2019-12-03 Last modified: 2019-12-03

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