Every day we use different hardware and it is important to have all the necessary devices such as webcams, printers or scanners at your fingertips. Everyone who works in a remote desktop session on a daily basis knows what a problem a simple scanning task may be. Up until now there has been no convenient way to scan within a remote desktop.
Luckily, now you can use software which allows you to work with scanners in a remote desktop session without any hassle.
FabulaTech proudly presents an easy way to use scanners over Microsoft RDP and Citrix ICA protocols. Scanner for Remote Desktop allows redirecting scanners from your local computer exclusively to your remote desktop session without any headache.
Scanner for Remote Desktop consists of two parts – Workstation and Server. What you need is to install the Workstation part on your local computer and the Server part on the remote side.
The program creates a virtual scanner on the remote side and the system takes it as if it were a real hardware scanner attached directly to the remote machine. As soon as the scanner drivers are installed on the local computer all you need to do is simply login to your remote desktop session. That's all it takes!
Scanner for Remote Desktop takes care of your confidential information safety. If you work in a multi-user environment and there is more than one user logged in, your local scanner will be isolated from other users within its individual remote session. No one but you can scan from it or even see it in the system.
Scanner for Remote Desktop works perfectly in Terminal Servers or in any single-user system. It provides you with extensively flexible solution for easy and comfortable work in almost any environment, even virtual.
Don't worry, your scanner will do! Scanner for Remote Desktop works perfectly with all brands of scanners. So there is no need to buy any particular type or to adapt available device. The program supports all TWAIN and WIA compatible scanners, regardless of what interface they use USB, LPT, COM, etc.
Scanner for Remote Desktop is easy to use. Doesn't require any scanner specific drivers. There is no need to install them on the remote side every time you plug in a new scanner which requires administrative rights and can make it a headache for your system administrator.
Be flexible! This is an ideal solution for scanning though RDP and ICA protocols. Benefit from working in both of these environments.
Scanner for Remote Desktop is 64-bit and 32-bit compatible. This handy feature provides you with easy and flexible way of migration between 64-bit and 32-bit operating systems. You can work as in homogeneous as in heterogeneous environment.
You don't have to choose a scanner for redirecting to your remote desktop session manually. The last scanner plugged into your local computer will get redirected to the remote session once you are logged in. This is particularly convenient for those who login to their remote sessions from different locations – the software simply connects the proper scanner to your remote desktop automatically.
Scanner for Remote Desktop doesn't require any configuring. It is extremely intuitive software which is easy to work with. Just install the program and enjoy your work with Scanner for Remote Desktop.
Scanner for Remote Desktop works perfectly in seamless Windows mode. It is easy and convenient feature which ensures connection of your local scanner directly to the scanning application in your remote session.
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