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USB over RDP with Igel UDC 3
« on: Oct 26th, 2017, 5:09pm »
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Hello!
 
There is another thread regarding Igel UDC 3, but my Problem is somewhat different:
 
Server: Windows 2016 RDS on Esxi 6.5 with USB-over-RDP 5.2.1 x64
Client: Igel UDC 3 and UDC 2 (tested different Firmware Levels with Fabulatech Client 5.1.3)
 
Problem: When "ticking" a USB device in Client to activate it, it takes up to 30 seconds Show up in device Manager / Explorer (if usb storage)
Read / write to USB storage is not usable. There are intermittend Transfer rates of a few kB per second, interrupted of Long lags. Listing a Folder  with three files takes a few minutes. File copy of 1 Megabyte should take a few days.
 
The same thin Clients are working ok with an Windows 2012 R2 RDS.  
 
When using a fat Windows 10 Client with Fabulatech Client 5.2.1, I get a Transfer rate of approx. 5 MB/sec. which is ok. This is regardless of Windows 2016 or 2012 R2 RDS Server.
 
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This is our first customer with Windows 2016 RDS, so a solution would be nice.
Thanks for your help!
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Robert
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Re: USB over RDP with Igel UDC 3
« Reply #1 on: Oct 30th, 2017, 10:28am »
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Hi Robert,
 
I want to reproduce the same issue on our lab.
Let me know the capacity and file system of your memory stick.
Awaiting your clarification.
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Re: USB over RDP with Igel UDC 3
« Reply #2 on: Oct 30th, 2017, 10:38am »
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Hi Sergey!
 
Thanks for your reply.
The customer tried a Lexar usb key and an iphone 7.
In our lab, we used this usb key: https://www.sandisk.de/home/usb-flash/ultra-flair
Capacity 64 GB, formatted with exFat.
 
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Robert
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