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  1. Remote Access is an optional feature, no worries if you'd prefer to use VPN. But please do go to Settings -> Management Access -> Unraid.net and set Allow Remote Access to No. Closing the port like you did will prevent you from using it, but if the setting is Yes then the dashboard will still offer the link to you. Better to change the setting to No so the dashboard will know not to offer you the link.
  2. Something is wrong with your flash drive, it may be defective. Reboot, if the problem persists please post a screenshot so we can see the full message.
  3. That is a bit beyond this guide, I'd recommend starting your own thread here: https://forums.unraid.net/forum/51-vm-engine-kvm/ Be sure to upload your diagnostics (from Tools -> Diagnostics). Screenshots / more details would also be helpful
  4. If you want to pass through the entire controller, then bind it to vfio-pci like you did and check the box when configuring the VM. That will give the VM full access to the controller. I don't have direct experience with this myself, but I believe it will show up in the VM the same way as if the VM's OS was running on a bare metal system i.e. you probably don't need to set the Primary vDisk as you aren't using one.
  5. As long as you are on the latest version of the Unraid.net plugin, there isn't anything else you need to do. Once we get the connection issues resolved this logging will stop. Thanks for helping us test!
  6. I'm struggling to think of what could cause this. What browser are you using? Try Chrome incognito mode or Firefox private browsing, that disables most extensions and eliminates caching issues. Are all of your plugins up to date?
  7. Are you saying that simply installing the plugin causes problems? Or does it happen when you enable local SSL? If there is a problem enabling local SSL it is likely a conflict on port 443. Go to Settings -> Management Access and set HTTPS port to something that is not in use by one of your apps, perhaps 2443, 3443, 4443, etc.
  8. Local SSL access is a core feature of Unraid, that is why uninstalling the Unraid.net plugin has no effect on it. If you want to disable local SSL there is no need to uninstall the plugin., just go to Settings -> Management Access and set "Use SSL/TLS" to "no". (thanks @SimonF for mentioning that already, just including that detail again in case someone else is reading this in the future) Local SSL access is only a requirement for the Remote Access feature of Unraid.net My Servers. You can use the other features of My Servers without enabling local SSL or Remote Access.
  9. It looks like you are forwarding: port 1111/TCP to Per the Remark on the Unraid.net settings page you need to forward: port 1111/TCP to This is because your webgui is running on port 443 internally, not port 1111
  10. Binding a device to vfio-pci means that Unraid won't be able to use it, the purpose is to pass the device directly to a VM. So once you bind the device to vfio-pci it will be hidden from Unassigned devices and won't have a /dev/ path.
  11. Yes that is the issue. If you want to use port 443 for Nginx proxy manager you can't also use it for local SSL access. You can change the port used by for local SSL by going to Settings -> Management Access and changing the HTTPS port to something not already in use on your system. I'd suggest something like 2443, 3443, 4443, etc. Once local SSL is working you can setup Remote Access
  12. On the Unraid settings page, if you set "Allow remote access" to "yes" and saved without first making sure the "check" worked, then the system will think Remote Access is available. It doesn't know whether or not the ports are forwarded.