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There is a known limit to the number of users for the free version of NX:
NoMachine version is limited to two 'named' users. To check or change these, nxserver --userlist, nxserver --useradd, nxserver --userdel. These will have been the first two users to connect. Cheers Euan On 10/16/06, Maccy <[email protected]> wrote: > Hi, > > I'm experiencing a very strange problem whereby newly created users are > not able to connect to a machine via NX but users that have been > registered on my systems for a while can log in no problem. > > They get the message 'Reached the maximum number of allowed users on > this server' even though no-one else is logged on! > > There is no known difference between the newly-created linux accounts - > we're using Scientific Linux 4.3 (RHEL clone) - and the experienced user > accounts. > > I've tried.... > > a) Removing the key in .ssh/known_hosts on the client > b) Removing the .nx directory from both client and on the server > c) Rebooting and reinstalling the server > d) Recopying server SSH keys > e) Multiple clients and servers > > I've even tried copying the entire contents of an experienced user's > home directory over to the new accounts. > > We're currently using the free version of the server from nomachine.com > whilst we wait for unlimited licence keys. > > Does anyone have any further suggestions? > > Many thanks in advance, > > Mark
See kde_preferences_in_rhel5_for_better_performance for speeding up KDE sessions with NX.