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Scanner redirection provides a convenient way to scan within your remote desktop session. This module allows redirecting scanners over Microsoft RDP and Citrix ICA protocol to your individual remote session without any headache. It doesn't matter what model of scanner you use since Scanner for Remote Desktop works perfectly with all brands of scanners, including TWAIN and WIA.
You can easily redirect local webcams to a single-user or multi-user environment through Microsoft RDP or Citrix ICA.
Webcam for Remote Desktop creates a virtual webcam in your remote session to receive the video stream directly from the locally plugged webcam. What is unique about this product is that any application recognizes the virtual webcam as if it were a hardware one.
Printer for Remote Desktop creates a virtual printer on the remote desktop which is recognized by printing applications as a hardware one. So as soon as you have it installed, you can start printing to your local printer from the RDP session. There is no need to worry about the drivers on the remote side as the solution already has everything it needs to work flawlessly.
USB for Remote Desktop is an solution for redirecting USB devices to your remote session. It redirects any USB devices to remote desktop environments over RDP or ICA protocols. The remote server handles redirected USB peripherals as if they were directly plugged into the remote side.
It works with not just particular types of USB devices. It is compatible with most of them. It is a universal solution for USB device redirection.
Serial Port for Remote Desktop allows to redirect COM-ports into Microsoft RDP, Teradici PCoIP and Citrix ICA remote desktop sessions. Serial devices are recognized by the server's operating system as if they were attached directly to it.