Well, today I ran home for lunch, and I set
up my home computer with Windows 7 to connect to remote, to be
controlled by another computer, and when I got back to the
office, I tried with my main computer with Windows 7 to
connect, and it could not.
So I tried with my little laptop that also
has Windows 7, on the same work network, and it connected to
my home computer, and I was able to control it and hear the
work I was doing on it.
So I think that the problem is with my
client’s NVDA, and that he should download and install a fresh
copy of NVDA.
He might be able to do that part, but
getting an add-on might be tricky, like the remote add-on.
I looked on-line for it, and I only found
pages that explained how to use it, but no download links.
I can’t eMail it to him, because his eMail
has problems, and that is why I am trying to remote in to his
It would be nice if NVDA Remote came
installed with NVDA.
His is a Windows 10, I don’t know if there
is a cross-platform issue with the remote add-in.
Glenn Ervin Orientation Counselor
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Cell: 402 992 0325
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