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Devices Supported by Biometrics for Remote Desktop
« on: May 6th, 2020, 3:22pm »
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Welcome to Biometrics for Remote Desktop forum board! I'd like to start this board with brief information about the product and supported devices.
 
Biometrics for Remote Desktop is a software that allows to use fingerprint scanners, biometric sensors and signature pads in remote desktop session. It allows to redirect biometric scanners to remote Windows session with a single mouse click. Biometrics for Remote Desktop consists of two parts: Workstation and Server. The Workstation part should be installed on the local computer (Windows or Linux) and the Server part goes to the remote Windows server where you login via RDP, PCoIP or Citrix. When both parts are installed, every time you login to remote session, biometric devices are transferred automatically. So, any software that requires fingerprint or biometrics sensor input being launched in remote desktop sessions can work as if your local scanner was plugged directly to the remote side.  
 
More information you can find on the product's website: http://www.biometrics-for-remote-desktop.com/  
 
List of supported Biometric Scanners is growing constantly. Actual information can be found by this link: http://www.biometrics-for-remote-desktop.com/biometrics-for-remote-desktop.html#biordp_devices  
Devices supported by this day are listed below.
 
3M - supported for redirection from Windows and Linux Workstations to Windows Server:
3M Cogent CSD200, CSD330, CSD450, CS500i, CS500e, CS500p, CS1000p
 
Safran - supported for redirection from Windows and Linux Workstations to Windows Server:
Safran MorphoSmart 1300 Series  
 
DigitalPersona - supported for redirection from Windows Workstation to Windows Server:
U.are.U 4500 Fingerprint Reader Rev. 103, U.are.U 5xxx Fingerprint Readers (5100, 5160, 5200 and 5300), Eikon 510, 710 and Eikon II Fingerprint Readers  
 
Fujitsu - supported for redirection from Windows Workstation to Windows Server:
Fujitsu PalmSecure Sensor  
 
Futronic - supported for redirection from Windows Workstation to Windows Server:
Futronic BlackFin, FS50, FS88H, FS90, Sweep, SOI966, SOI968
 
Nitgen - supported for redirection from Windows Workstation to Windows Server:
Nitgen Fingkey Hamster Series, Fingkey Mouse Series
 
SecuGen - supported for redirection from Windows Workstation to Windows Server:
SecuGen Hamster Pro, Hamster Pro 20, Hamster Plus, Hamster IV
 
Wacom - supported for redirection from Windows Workstation to Windows Server:
DTU interactive displays, STU signature pads, STU-520 LCD Signature Pad
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