Description:USB Network Gate 7.0.1370 software to share the devices connected to the port USB (scanner, modem, webcam, printer, etc.) and virtual machines and control them remotely (Internet / LAN / WAN) and or remote desktop. After connecting the USB device software automatically detects and displays a list of them.
USB over Ethernet It helps you share a USB device over Ethernet among multiple computers so people from all over the world (or your office) can use it. Now you can access your printer, scanner, web-cam, USB dongle or any other supported USB device from your home PC or office laptop anywhere any time! USB Network Gate gives you the highly desirable capability of sharing USB device on a Windows PC or Mac OS and connect to it from a Linux device. Or vice versa!
Share USB port over LAN/WAN/VLAN/VPN/Internet Need to share one or many USB devices among multiple computers? USB Network Gate (former USB to Ethernet Connector) is the solution! Now any user can print, scan, or fax from any computer in your office. You can add a password to control remote user access.
Plug USB devices in virtual machines & blade servers Looking for a way to connect a USB device to virtual machine software or blade server? Install USB Network Gate on a guest operating system (virtual machine, blade server) and access your USB peripherals from a remote virtual desktop right away. We are VMware, VMware ESX, Citrix XenDesktop and Microsoft Hyper-V compatible!
Access USB over RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) The common problem you may face when using Remote Desktop Connection is that you are unable to access local USB devices. USB Network Gate allows you to work with any local USB devices in a remote session. Moreover you can set your remote machine to automatically detect and connect to shared USB devices momentarily, as if you just plugged the device in a remote machine physically.
Access USB devices over Wi-Fi There's no need to change your existing network configuration to let your employees share a new USB device - it can be accessed wirelessly from desktops and laptops in your office. Just share an USB printer, scanner or other device on a single PC, and all your network users can work with it as if it was connected to their computer.
Per-session USB device isolation In a multi-user environment of terminal servers it is hard to get exclusivity in USB device usage. USB Network Gate allows assigning a USB device to specific user in their RDP session. No other users can access device at that time. Currently available for USB flash drives and USB cameras in testing mode. Since version 7.0 USB Network Gate supports ICA protocol by Citrix.
System Requirements: - Windows (32-bit and 64-bit): XP/2003/2008/ Vista/7/8/10, Windows Server 2012.
What's New in Version 7.0.1370: • Added: full support for Windows 10 • Added: per-session USB device isolation. Allows assigning a particular USB device to a particular user, which is extremely useful in multi-user environment. Currently available for USB flash drives and USB cameras in test mode • Added: support for ICA protocol. USB devices plugged into a thin client appear in a remote session over ICA. • Added: new sharing option allowing remote clients to be disconnect from the shared USB device by other clients • Added: USB port location can be shown in device description for better identification of similar USB devices • Added: new functions for the OEM users: • ServerAllowDevRemoteDisconnect • ClientRemoteDevDisconnect • ClientRemoteDisconnectIsEnabled • ClientGetRdpIsolation • ClientSetRdpIsolation • Added: support for Allen-Bradley controllers by Rockwell • Improved: client part of USB Network Gate can be installed separately • Improved: support for USB Bluetooth adapters, including better detection and correct name display • Much improved: compression methods • Much improved: transfer speed for USB Flash drives • Improved: better visualization for USB devices in the devices tree • Improved: authorization is not lost if sharing parameters are changed on the go, unless TCP port is changed • Fixed: issue when virtual devices were not properly removed from Device Manager