Setting Up NoMachine for CS Courses
Downloading and Installing NoMachine Software
You should only have to do this once, unless you have multiple personal
computers that you use.
Enterprise Client, download the NoMachine Enterprise Client version
appropriate to your
computer, and then install the software.
Creating a Connection to Phoenix
Generally, should only have to do this once. If you switch computers, or
your computer gets a case of the "hiccups," you may have to do this again.
If you have a newer version of the NoMachine client (downloaded
December, 2020 or later), see Creating a
Connection to Phoenix.
If you have an older version of the NoMachine client (downloaded prior to
December, 2020), see Creating a
Connection to Phoenix, Version 6.
Opening a Virtual Desktop on Phoenix
You'll do this each time you log in to phoenix. You have to create a
connection to phoenix before you can open a virtual desktop. The end of
each of the videos shows how to configure accounts for DMC 105. Skip that
part. See the parenthetical comments below for when to stop each video.
See Opening a Virtual Desktop on Phoenix.
Changing Your Password
If your phoenix account was created prior to Fall 2021, your desktop will
look like the following. Open the System menu, select
Preferences, then select Personal, then select Password.
If your phoenix account was created Fall 2021 or later, your desktop will
look like the following. Click the pair of keys in the top panel to change
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