So the permissions look as right as I can understand them. They do however have a 10-digit username and group (I.E. instead of root : root it displays a string of numbers like 1111111111 : 1111111111) which I cannot identify.
I created a local user account and I was able to open the NoMachine desktop and login with that local user account just fine. That local user directory is /home/testnx.
I was going to change the User NX directory path but, I believe that will not solve the issue without creating other issues. We are using a LDAP server for authentication as well as this being a Windows Domain using AD connected through a LDAP to the two NX servers.
I did check that the folder had open permissions set to it. I wasnt sure who would be the correct owner. It is writing to the Users home folders that are located on a share drive. I cannot copy and paste unfortunately as it is a stand alone network. The exact location is a Share Drive /usr1/people/Adm_XXX(my user account)/.nx/M-severname-#####-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX. I creates the last folder but, its empty. I cant tell if the nx user account is trying to create the folder or if it is my user account.