With USB for Remote Desktop you don't need to buy any additional hardware for USB device redirection.
USB support is not limited to certain categories of USB devices.
Once configured, such a USB port redirects automatically any USB device plugged into it.
USB for Remote Desktop immediately redirects any newly plugged in USB device.
|100% software solution.|
|Maps local USB devices to a remote Windows session.|
|Supports Microsoft RDP and Citrix ICA.|
|USB device drivers are not required on a local computer.|
|Supports all types of USB devices.|
|Unlimited number of USB devices can be redirected.|
|Auto-redirecting of hot-plugged USB devices.|
|USB port redirection|
|Possibility to blacklist a USB device to prevent auto-redirecting.|
|Supports USB device safe removal.|
|Hyper-threading, multiprocessor compatible.|
|USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 compatible.|
|Virtual machine compatible.|
|Developer API is available.|
|Mixed 32 and 64-bit environment|
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News15 February 2017
After a number of internal versions and a lot of testing efforts Webcam for Remote Desktop 2.7.10 finally available! This release brings revised and polished tray GUI, support of new video resolutions and improved behaviour of webcam auto-selecting feature. Under the hood: a lot of issues have been fixed, program modules location has been ordered, new licesing options have been added.6 January 2017
USB over Network 5.2 for Windows and Linux has been released with a lot of new features and changes!
New features have been added: the possibility to use SSL in callback connections, devices can be connected by its VID/PID using the command-line utility. Sharing Rule Manager has been improved also: now it is possible to assign a nickname to a device and change its serial number.
Overall stability and performance have been improved for high load situations with extremely large number of Servers or Clients or devices. Compatibility with some USB devices has been enhanced as well.5 December 2016
USB for Remote Desktop 5.2 has been released for Windows and Linux. Tray UI has been revised and furbished up. Command line interface has been greatly improved, there is a possibility to administrate Device Policies using command line now. Compatibility with some USB devices has been enhanced. A lots of small bugs have been fixed in this release as well.8 November 2016
Biometrics for Remote Desktop 1.3 has been released. It's the first public release of new redirection software which allows to use biometric and fingerprint scanners in remote desktop session.