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Share and access your USB devices over local network or Internet.
Access local USB devices in remote Windows session.
Use local scanners in remote Windows session.
Use local webcams in remote Windows session.
Use local biometric devices in remote desktop session.
Use local serial devices in remote desktop session.
Use local printers in remote Windows session.
Use local headsets and microphones in remote Windows session.
Redirect serial data from Virtual Serial Port to TCP/IP network.
Share dataflow of one serial port among several applications or join dataflow of several serial port devices to one application.
Create virtual serial ports connected via a virtual null-modem cable.
Share and access any serial devices or create virtual null-modem cables over a TCP/IP network or the Internet.
Use virtual modems instead of hardware to connect legacy software over the Internet.
Map serial ports to any other port names, swap existing serial ports.
Create and control virtual serial ports to which any serial communications software can connect.
Easy to use control intended for simplification serial port communication tasks in your projects.
USB protocol capturing, decoding, displaying, filtering, errors detecting and much more what cannot be done by others.
USB for Remote Desktop 6.0.6 has been released. Added support for smart card redirection. Each redirected smart card gets isolated within individual user session. Compatibility with Windows Virtual Desktop client has been improved. Fixed several minor bugs.
USB for Remote Desktop 6.0 has been released for Linux. Performance and stability of a high-speed USB 3.0 devices was improved with implementing of a multi-core support on the Workstation side. Usability of device redirection was improved due to the new format of config file.
Check our device redirection solutions compatible with Windows Virtual Desktop and approved by Microsoft.
Serial Port for Remote Desktop 2.5 has been released. Many improvements in program usability, speed and device isolation were made. Compatibility with latest Windows versions and remote desktop protocols was considerably improved as well as support for Windows Virtual Desktop client. A lot of bugs was fixed.