Access your local USB devices while working in remote Windows session.
Sometimes, while working in remote desktop, you need access to your local devices. You can easily redirect disk drive or a printer into remote Windows session. But why can't you redirect all the rest of your USB devices just as easily? Unfortunately there is no standard way to make local USB devices available in remote Windows session. The only standard solution is plugging USB device directly to the remote server. But in the most of cases that is not acceptable.
FabulaTech has resolved this problem in other extraordinary way. We've created USB for Remote Desktop that allows to work with your local USB devices from remote Windows session. The program consists of a Server and a Workstation. You should install the Workstation on the computer to which the USB device is physically connected. Server side should be installed on the remote server from which you need to access your devices. USB for Remote Desktop is easy to install and use. It supports a wide range of USB devices. The program does not require any special knowledge and installs easily right out of the box.
Keywords: USB over RDP, USB for Remote Desktop, USB IP, USB over Network, Redirect USB, USB Redirector, USB over Ethernet, USB Citrix,
Recent Changes: Bug causing crash of 32-bit applications on 64-bit operating systems was fixed
Install Support: Install and Uninstall
Supported Languages: English
Additional Requirements: no special
PAD file URL: http://usb-over-network.com/usbrdp-data/usbrdp-pad.xml