Why is my nomad not connecting to my computer?
NoMAD won’t connect if the web server is untrusted. If you’re not automatically logged in, the web portal is most likely not set to use “Windows Authentication” which is just a checkbox in the Microsoft IIS settings. Without this set, the web portal will be asking for a password and not a Kerberos ticket.
Are there any issues with the Nomad 2?
All my airguns and accessories seem to have sprouted issues over the last few days – most recently the Nomad II compressor. Guess when it rains, it pours … Anyways, I was filling up my Taipan Veteran (which I just got fixed from an issue it was having with cocking), when a fuse blew.
Why is the compressor on my nomad not working?
At this time the compressor is unusable. Compressor starts running as soon as you plug it in, and when you press the “on” button it makes a horrible electronic steady beep noise. In hindsight I should have bled the pressure off when it auto shutoff at 240 bar and I tried to squeek another 10 bar out of it.
Where do I find Nomad in my terminal?
For example, if NoMAD is installed in the Applications folder you’d use this in Terminal: /Applications/NoMAD.app/Contents/MacOS/NoMAD -v. This will launch NoMAD and put all logs directly into the terminal window that’s already open. This makes it very simple to gather the NoMAD logs and see events happen in real time.
What’s the best way to troubleshoot a nomad?
A good general rule of thumb when dealing with configurations is to manage only as much as you absolutely need to. As an example, you generally shouldn’t have any settings in NoMAD that are set to a blank value. The next most common problem is with either the network or the AD configuration that’s in use.
Why is my nomad not launching from CLI?
NoMAD has a number of checks for these, but there’s always the chance that either we’ve left something out, or you have a setting that we’ve never seen missing a value before. There are some other flags you can use when launching from the CLI as well:
Can you run Nomad while other versions are running?
It’s perfectly acceptable to do this while other copies of NoMAD are running; you’ll just have multiple icons in the menu bar. To launch NoMAD in verbose, open up a Terminal window and put the full path to the NoMAD binary, not just the application bundle with -v.
How to launch Nomad in verbose in terminal?
To launch NoMAD in verbose, open up a Terminal window and put the full path to the NoMAD binary, not just the application bundle with -v. For example, if NoMAD is installed in the Applications folder you’d use this in Terminal: