Re: NVDA Remote


 

Not unless you set up your own NVDA Remote Server (which can be done, but I can't give step-by-step details) within your own LAN space.

There is always an NVDA Remote Server acting as go-between, but where it happens to be located doesn't matter.  So if the server is on equipment in your own LAN, and you connect to that server, then, yes.  Otherwise, no.
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