Re: problem in using nvda remote
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In addition, please ensure the correct connection settings are in effect. My friend in America often connects as the Controlling computer when he should be the Controlled computer and this has the effect you described. Both computers connect to the remote server but cannot communicate because the settings are incorrect.
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From: Christopher Duffley
Sent: 30 September 2021 07:14
Subject: Re: [nvda] problem in using nvda remote
There are a few things I'd do..
Could you go into NVDA's Tools menu, and under Remote, make sure that 'Mute Remote' is not checked in that submenu?
Assuming this is unchecked, could you try NVDA+S on the remote machine to make sure the 'speech mode' is turned on, on 'talk' rather than 'off'?
If all this doesn't solve the issue, the only thing I know you can do is, if possible, restart NVDA and the machine remotely and it should come back up again as expected. If you had a connection issue, then it would have meant that the remote server you're using and/or the computer being controlled was off, or NVDA on that machine was off, but this probably isn't the case here.
Hopefully this helps!
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