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Provide secure remote access to centralized enterprise desktops and applications

NoMachine Enterprise Desktop

NoMachine Enterprise Desktop enables fast, easy and secure access to remote desktops. Business users can use Enterprise Desktop to remotely access their work computers while traveling or working from offsite locations. System administrators can use it to control remote servers. Anywhere access to business desktops is also dead easy to set-up and operate. Just install the software on the remote computers of your network and let it automatically find all NoMachine hosts on the LAN. Enterprise Desktop offers unparalleled performance for mobile workers and support staff alike, letting them securely access their desktop over any network as if they were sitting in front of it. With no limit on the number of clients connecting to the same desktop, it facilitates remote collaboration amongst colleagues, including via any HTML-enabled browser. Also available as a bundle of licenses for Windows, Mac, Linux and Raspberry.

  • Enjoy a rich-set of features. Extended device redirection, video and audio streaming, file-sharing let users work just as well out of the office as they do in
  • Avoid travelling to premises. Help remote customers & maintain unattended IT devices even through the browser of the connecting device
  • Desktop sharing. Unlimited users can connect to a PC or Mac to view, share and collaborate on the same desktop
  • Integrate Enterprise Desktop with your favourite hypervisor to deploy any number of cloud-based desktops
  • Combine multiple Enterprise Desktops as servers of a Cloud Server or install them as stand-alone servers


Enterprise Desktop is available as an annual subscription providing software updates and technical assistance. Consult the Support Services overview for more information about scope of coverage and response times.

Supported platform
Concurrent connections
Product type
Technical assistance
Automatic updates
License activation via GUI
Automatic discovery on LAN
Localized GUI
Who is it for
What is it for
Desktop Access
Access to the physical desktop for remote collaboration
Deploy virtual desktops and applications
Auto-reconnect to the desktop
Desktop access via the browser
Access from Android & iOS clients
Connect to hosts via RDP, VNC and XDM
Connect to Unix workstations and servers running Solaris, HP-UX, AIX, BSD and every X-Windows based environment
Wake-on-Lan (1)
Multi-media support
Video streaming (2)
Audio streaming (2)
Hardware-accelerated display processing
H.264 hardware decoding
H.264 hardware encoding
H.264 software decoding
H.264 software encoding
Take screenshot
Whiteboard and chat tool (3)
Screen recording (3)
Automatic screen recording (3)
Run VOIP applications (3)
Device support and drive mapping
Multi-monitor support and switch view between remote displays
Export disks from local to remote and vice-versa (3)
Export printers from local to remote and vice-versa (3)
File-transfer (including drag and drop)
USB forwarding (3)
Create VPN between client and server (3)
Connect network servers (FTP, SSH & others) (4)
Security & Authentication
Screen blanking of host display
Connect behind NAT routers and firewalls
Secure communication protected by SSL cryptography
Full encryption for UDP traffic
Kerberos password authentication
PAM based authentication
Integrate with LDAP authentication infrastructure and MS Active Directory
Connect via HTTP proxy or SOCKS
Support for industry standard SSH protocol
Kerberos ticket authentication and ticket forwarding to the session (3)
Smartcard authentication and authentication forwarding to the session (3)
Two-factor authentication
User Administration & User Management
Custom scripts executable on server and node events
Generation of system account on demand (Guest Users)
Server profiles (per-user and groups) with configurable access to applications and functionalities
Seamless access to desktops for trusted users
Trusted groups
Support for client redirection per-user & per-IP
Server Management
Manage other NM servers in a hierarchical federation
Function as a federated server in a centralized environment
Centralize access to remote servers by federating server subsystems
High-availability & failover capabilities (NM cluster)
NoMachine Enterprise Desktop
From $ 44.50 per year
Server subscription or pack of 10
Businesses with mobile workers
Secure access to and control of remote desktops on-premise or in cloud
(1) Wake on LAN (WOL) from client 7
(2) Available in web sessions in WebRTC mode
(3) Not available in web sessions
(4) See Guide to the Functionality in the Menu Panel for more info
Under development
Supported Under development

Recommended System Requirements

Operating System Hardware
  • Windows (32-bit or 64-bit) for XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Windows Server 2008, 2012, 2016, 2019
  • Intel Core2 Duo or AMD Athlon Dual-Core or equivalent
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 215 MB free disk space on your hard drive
  • Network connection LAN or Internet link (broadband, DSL, etc...)
  • Mac (64-bit) 10.7, 10.8, 10.9, 10.10, 10.11, 10.12, 10.13, 10.14, 10.15
  • Intel Core2 Duo
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 180 MB free disk space on your hard drive
  • Network connection LAN or Internet link (broadband, DSL, etc...)
  • Linux kernel 2.6.15 (32-bit or 64-bit) or later
  • Intel Core2 Duo or AMD Athlon Dual-Core or equivalent
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 195 MB free disk space on your hard drive
  • Network connection LAN or Internet link (broadband, DSL, etc...)
  • Linux kernel 3.6 (32-bit or 64-bit) or later with Raspberry Pi Firmware
  • Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 110 MB free disk space on your hard drive
  • Network connection LAN or Internet link (broadband, DSL, etc...)