USB over Ethernet connector user guide

If you, for whatever reason, can’t physically attach a USB device to your computer (i.g it has no USB ports), USB Network Gate is a solution that can save your day.
USB over Ethernet software

USB over Ethernet software

By the aid of USB Network Gate technology, any USB peripheral can be immediately available for use by all your coworkers even from different prеmіsеs, or another town, so you won’t need to buy an extra USB device for each colleague who requires it for operational reasons. You can just share USB devices from one PC (server) and any remote machine (client) in your network will use this device, as easy as it was plugged straight into it.
Accessing USB devices from a virtual machine

Accessing USB devices from a virtual machine

During a virtual machine session, it runs in a focus window denying user access to any USB device connected to the host (real) machine. Admittedly, you can redirect those to the virtual PC from your host, though it’s not the best option. The amount of USB ports on a virtual machine is limited and most likely they’ll be already occupied with something else.
Accessing USB devices from a remote desktop

Accessing USB devices from a remote desktop

It’s a known fact that you can’t access USB peripherals on your local PC, all while you’re connected to a remote desktop. Read on to get the full tutorial on how to access USB over RDP.
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