Installing, Configuring, and Optimizing NoMachine Enterprise
Downloading and Installing
Enterprise Client, download the software version appropriate to your
computer, and then install the software.
Creating a Connection to Phoenix
You should only have to do this once. (Cross your fingers!)
- Run NoMachine Enterprise Client
- Under Recent Connections, click New.
- Select NX for Protocol. Click Continue.
- Enter phoenix.goucher.edu for Host. Click Continue.
- Select Password for authentication. Click Continue.
- Select Don't use a proxy for Proxy. Click Continue.
- If desired, modify the Save As name. Click Done.
Opening a Virtual Desktop on Phoenix
- Get to the Recent Connections NoMachine Enterprise Client
- Double-click your phoenix connection.
- Enter your username and password. Click OK.
- Enter fullscreen mode by clicking the appropriate icon at the bottom
of the window.
- Double-click Create a new virtual desktop.
- Your virtual desktop will appear in moment.
Optimizing NoMachine Display Settings on Phoenix
Each of the following optimization settings changes should be done while
you have a phoenix session running.
Optimizing NoMachine Enterprise Client Display Settings
- Simultaneously press and hold the Ctrl and Alt keys (on Macs, the
Option key is also the Alt key), then press the 0
(zero) key, and then release all three keys. A configuration menu panel
- Click the Display icon.
- Click the Change settings icon.
- Drag the Display Quality slider all the way to the right.
- Select the checkboxes for Disable network-adaptive display
quality and Disable multi-pass display encoding.
- Windows users: Click Done three
times. (Alternatively, click your heels
together three times while wearing ruby slippers.)
- Mac users: Click Done twice, and then click
the Input icon. Select the checkbox for Emulate right mouse
button. Then, click Done twice. To emulate the right mouse
button, press and hold the Ctrl key and then click the mouse pad.
Last updated Wednesday, 26-May-2021 11:19:56 EDT.
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