How it works
When the program shares a COM port on the remote computer,
the shared port becomes accessible over a network for other computers with Network Serial Port Kit installed.
On the local computer a virtual serial port is created.
The virtual port is connected to the specified remote physical port.
As soon as any communications software on the local machine opens the virtual port,
the connection between physical and virtual serial ports is established.
All the data and signals written to the virtual port are transferred to the remote physical COM port and vice versa.
Local application accept data transferring as if the remote device were plugged into COM port on the local computer.
There are no any problems when working with serial devices remotely. Any serial devices will function normally, including barcode scanners, modems, GPS, sensors, PBX, laboratory equipment and more. You won't see a difference because remote serial devices will function as local ones.