Desktop Connection allows users to be able to access their USB local drives and USB printers over RDC, however does not provide the capability for other USB or serial devices. This basically means that virtually any USB device (a USB dongle, a webcam, a joystick, a robotic arm – anything) can be redirected and be ‘seen’ by the server as if the device were connected physically to the server machine. Fabulatech offers software that allows this (other USB/serial devices and more), supporting USB, sound, webcam, and serial port.
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USB for Remote DesktopUSB for Remote Desktop
USB for Remote Desktop allows you to work with USB devices at Terminal Server, while they are connected to your local workstation. The devices appear as if they were plugged directly to the Server.
Sound over RDPSound over RDP
Sound over RDP allows you to work with sound devices at Terminal Server, while they are connected to your local workstation. The devices appear as if they were plugged directly to the Server.
Webcam for Remote DesktopWebcam for Remote Desktop
Webcam for Remote Desktop allows you to work with video devices at the server side, whereas they are connected to the workstation. Webcams appear at the remote session as if they are plugged in directly to the server side.