ThinOS 9.1.6 – RDP – USB “redirection”. Connection vs Mapping

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    USB “redirection” has always been as clear as mud…

    It seems that using ThinOS 9.1.6 it is not possible to achieve a “low level” (Remote FX) RDP redirection for USB drive (i.e., the device appears a localm, and you can, says, perform a format ).

    Plus, the “High level” redirection is buggy. Removing a “redirected” remote drive is not propagated to the OS.

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    ThinOS 9 – RemoteFX not available. Confirmed by DELL support.

    Shame on DELL-Wyse

    The weirdest part : Once you have connect an USB drive, the remote drive will *always* be there. USB drive present or not, VM reboot or not, Wyse reboot or not…

    This remote drive is in fact a fake drive and the root for all USB drives. If two drives are plugged, you get two sub-directories under the remote drive.

    Another bad side effect is Camera support. A Camera is now seen as remote camera and not local / RemoteFX. Mine (logitech C270) performs badly. I noticed that the upstream from the Wyse to the VM is ~50Mb/s, whereas it is ~18 Mb/s with a ThinOS 8 /RemoteFX redirection.

    Long life ThinOS 8 !

     

     

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