NoMachine – The secret ‘source’ for a ‘big Mac’

Maurie Bascunan, University of Technology SydneyPart of XW17

The presentation will cover my experience at the University of Technology Sydney, where I have been responsible for setting up a Mac cluster with 25 Mac Minis using NoMachine.

NoMachine is a centralised remote access management service which allows staff and students to connect with a web browser from a Windows, Linux PC or a Mac. Its main purpose is to facilitate the use of Mac only apps like Xcode.

During my presentation I will cover the steps that I took to implement this service and provide an opportunity for open discussion.


Maurie is the Mac / Casper admin for UTS. He joined the University in 2008 and since then he has been supporting and managing Mac systems.