Software accesses local USB devices in remote session.
January 26, 2009 -
Available for Windows and Linux, USB for Remote Desktop Server was developed integrating end-to-end USB-over-IP strategy to share and access any USB over local network or Internet. Unlimited USB devices can be connected to server or redirected from workstation. Program supports RDP protocol and is compatible with USB v1.1 and 2.0, hardware USB controllers, Hyper-Threading technology, and multiprocessor platforms.
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Explore the End-to-End USB for Thin Clients Solution
Liverpool, UK - The launch today by FabulaTech of a new USB sharing solution will provide effective and reliable work with any USB device connected to Thin Clients on a remote PC. The solution has been developed integrating an end-to-end USB over IP strategy to share and access any USB over local network or the Internet Usually USB devices connected to a Thin Client can be used in a local session only. If a device were accessible from remote session, it would give a range of unbelievable advantages and would open new boundless opportunities. Unfortunately there is no standard way to accomplish it. A local device can not be redirected to a remote session.
FabulaTech has invented a completely optimal better solution for Thin Clients which allows using local USB devices in a remote session. USB for Remote Desktop can easily overcome any challenges as the program is developed to access local USB devices in remote session (RDP or Citrix ICA). Being available both for Windows and Linux, USB for Remote Desktop will easily redirect any USB device connected to Thin Clients.
"The program has minimum system requirements and maximum speed of operation", comments Alan Rourke, one of the software developers. "Just install the USB for Remote Desktop Workstation on the computer to which the USB device is physically connected. USB for Remote Desktop Server side should be installed on the remote server from which you need to access your devices. The program does not require any special knowledge and installs easily right out of the box".
USB for Remote Desktop highlights:
- Allows to work with local USB devices in remote Windows session
- RDP protocol support
- Unlimited USB devices can be redirected from workstation
- Unlimited USB devices can be connected to server
- Wide variety of USB devices is supported
- Auto-redirection of USB devices
- Auto-redirection exclude list USB devices safe removal supported
- USB v1.1 and USB v2.0, hardware Universal Serial Bus controllers, Hyper-Threading Technology, Multiprocessor platforms compatible
USB for Remote Desktop Server: 32 bit: Windows Vista / XP / 2000 / 2003 Server / Server 2008,64 bit: Windows Vista / XP / 2003 Server / Server 2008 USB for Remote Desktop Workstation: 32 bit: Windows Vista / XP / 2000 / 2003 Server / Server 2008, 64 bit: Windows Vista / XP / 2003 Server / Server 2008, Linux kernel 2.6.12 or greater.
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FabulaTech is a software development company. Established in 2000, FabulaTech specializes in device driver development, application development and systems internals programming for Microsoft Windows, Linux and Embedded operating systems. FabulaTech embraces the ideal of providing personalized service with the customer's needs in mind, all the time.