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USB Redirector TS Edition - Simple USB Device Redirection to Terminal Server

USB Redirector TS Edition allows redirecting USB devices to Terminal Server with multiple users. The unique technology of USB device isolation in RDP session allows to use USB devices inside your RDP session only! It will not be available for other users!

Redirection of USB devices in multi-user environment on a big Terminal Server system.

The large Terminal Servers with a huge number of users working via Remote Desktop on these servers are very often used in corporate environment. Sometimes users need to redirect their individual USB devices to the server and use them in RDP session. Our product USB Redirector TS Edition solves this problem!

Resolving an issue with isolation of user's USB devices in his RDP session.

Normally, in Windows, all the USB devices attached to the computer are treated as global. They are visible to all users. This becomes a problem when working in multi-user environment of Terminal Server. Although Windows provides means to control access to the system objects, including devices, this is generally not enough to assign a particular device to a particular user. With the help of our new unique per-session device isolation feature, it is possible to partially solve the problem. USB Redirector can isolate user's USB devices in his RDP session, so that they are not accessible or visible by other users.

Isolation is currently supported for the following devices:

  • Mass Storage devices - USB Flash Drives, USB Hard Drives, etc;
  • HID devices - USB Signature Pads, USB Footpedals, some USB Fingerprint Readers, some USB Smart Card Readers, USB Keyboards, USB Mouses, USB Touchpads, etc;
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Redirect local USB device into the Remote Desktop session in 4 steps:

  • Step 1: Install USB Redirector TS Edition (Workstation part) on a workstation or thin-client PC, where USB devices are physically plugged.
  • Step 2: Install USB Redirector TS Edition (Server part) on the Terminal Server where you wish to connect your USB devices remotely.
  • Step 3: Share a required USB device on Workstation.

    Making a USB device available for redirectionto the remote server

  • After USB device is as shared, it can not be used localy, because USB device is acquired for individual usage by remote USB clients!

  • Step 4: Start Remote Desktop Client and Login to the Terminal Server.

    Starting Remote Desktop session

    USB device will be connected automaticaly.

    USB device has been automatically connected

  • Result: Now you can work with the USB device on remote machine just like it was plugged there directly.

    USB device is available for usage over RDP


USB Redirector TS Edition is licensed per Terminal Server and per number of devices that users will be able to connect to the server. You should purchase a license for each of the Terminal Servers where you are going to install Server part of the USB Redirector TS Edition.

System Requirements:

USB Redirector TS Edition - Workstation works on the following operating systems (both 32- and 64-bit):

  • Windows XP
  • Windows 2003 Server
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows 2008 Server
  • Windows 7
  • Windows 2008 R2 Server

USB Redirector TS Edition - Server works on the following operating systems (both 32- and 64-bit):

  • Windows 2003 Server (SP1 and newer)
  • Windows 2008 Server
  • Windows 2008 R2 Server

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USB RedirectorUSB Redirector RDP EditionUSB Redirector for LinuxSimple USB Logger

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