Re: NVDA remote access and usage

Robert Doc Wright godfearer

don, if you are going to be the controller do the following
1. open NVDA menu
2. press t for tools
3. press e to open the remote section
4. enter on connect
5. tab twice and type
  (you only need to do this step once)
6 tab and create a key then enter.
for the pc being controlled:
1. have the client do the first 4 steps
5. tab then arrow down to 'allow this machine to be controlled'
6. tab and have them type the same host name you typed
7. tab and have them type the key you created and enter
You will know that you are connected because you will hear a high pitched beep. press f11 to control their machine F11 also switches you back to your own machine.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, August 12, 2020 10:56 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA remote access and usage

Ok how do I contact you off-list?





From: <> On Behalf Of Charles Adkins
Sent: August 12, 2020 10:32 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA remote access and usage


Actually, I have had the opposite result. I use it here at work on two computers. If I can help write me off list. I got my help from the page. Hope that helps. 

On Aug 12, 2020, at 10:02 AM, Don Risavy, Jr. <donaldrisavy@...> wrote:


Was wondering if there was a easier method for using the remote plug in for NVDA as what saw and or tried to use was extremely aggravating, challenging and frustrating trying to figure out how to use the plug in for accessing other computers that are using and have nvda installed.





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