USB devices redirection problem

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  • #45832
    Kramar
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    Hi, I have a problem with USB storages. When I put Pendrive into a terminal, in the console I have this:

    11:32:38 VUSB: Redirectable Device(0xffff,0x5678,0x08,0x06,0x50)
    11:32:38 USB: Found a new 480Mbps device “Mass Storage” on port 1

    so it seems like it recognizes a Pendrive but when I go into RDP, there is nothing. Normally every other device (non-massive storage like) works fine e.g. portable scanner, headphones.

    Specs:

    – Windows server 2012

    – Terminal: Dell Wyse 3040

    – Configuration type: WMS 1.0, I am not using .ini files.

    I have checked: Multimedia Redirection, Everything in “Auto-connect selected local”, Enable USB Redirection: Yes, redirect all USB devices.

    I will appreciate any help.

    #45834
    ConfGen
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    • Jedi Master
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    Mass-Storage device are redirected via mass-storage resirection (sounds silly, I know). USB Redirection of storage device is not working as all clients would see all USB device. Therefore, any user connected to the same RDP server would be able to access your pendrive.
    1. make sure the drive is formatted with FAT, FAT32 or ExFAT. NTFS is not supported.
    2. make sure you use MBR format and not GPT.
    3. use mass-storage redirection with SessionConfig=ALL MapDisks=yes or similar in WMS.

    CG

    #45838
    Kramar
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    Nice, it is working, thank You very much. I added SessionConfig=ALL MapDisks=yes  into “Advanced” Line in WMS. But strange thing, Pendrive (~16 GB) in NTFS file system is working normally. But external drive (~1 TB) is not.

     

    Anyway again, thank You.

    #45842
    Kramar
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    @Update ( I can’t edit previous thread 😛 )

    I formatted an external hard drive to exFAT and it is working fine. Although pendrive in NTFS works normally.

    #46293
    ruben2376
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    I cannot get any of my Dell Wyse 3040 to pick up PowerMic II or III microphones and have buttons usage or audio support. Is there any special configurations needed?, here is my wnos.ini file I am testing with…

    ;*************************************************************
    ;* General 1 *
    ;*************************************************************

    Privilege=None
    AdminMode=yes Username=Password Password=Password
    OneSignServer=Server NetBIOSDomainName=yes
    Include=$mac.ini

    ;*************************************************************
    ;* Privilege *
    ;*************************************************************

    Privilege=Low ShowDisplaySettings=Yes EnableKeyboardMouseSettings=Yes EnablePrinterSettings=Yes EnableRecord=yes RDPAudioRecord=yes

    ;*************************************************************
    ;* Peripherals *
    ;*************************************************************

    Language=Us
    Device=Rfideas SetCardType=yes Configuration1=HID Prox:RDR-608x Compatible ,default configuration1 setting Configuration2=RDR-758x Equivalent ,default configuration2 setting
    ;Device=audio Volume=50 mic_vol=50

    ;*************************************************************
    ;* Redirection *
    ;*************************************************************

    Device=vusb
    InterfaceRedirect=yes
    ForceRedirect=0x0554,0x1001,0x01,0x01,0x00 Type=TCX
    ForceRedirect=0x0451,0x2036,0x09,0x00,0x00 Type=TCX
    ForceRedirect=0x214a,0x0002,0x03,0x01,0x02 Type=TCX
    ForceRedirect=0xdf04,0x0004,0x03,0x01,0x02 Type=TCX

    ;*************************************************************
    ;* Certificates *
    ;*************************************************************

    AddCertificate=Entrust-L1K.cer
    AddCertificate=Entrust-net.cer
    AddCertificate=MyDesktop.cer
    AddCertificate=tohvdi-G1.cer
    AddCertificate=tohvdi-G2.cer

    ;*************************************************************
    ;* Time *
    ;*************************************************************

    Timeserver=ohcdcgen01 Timeformat=”24-hour format” Dateformt=yyyy/mm/dd
    TimeZone=’GMT – 05:00′ ManualOverride=yes Daylight=yes Start=030207 End=110107 TimeZoneName=”Eastern” DayLightName=”Eastern”

    ;*************************************************************
    ;* General Session *
    ;*************************************************************

    SessionConfig=ALL DisableSound=no VUSB_DISKS=yes VUSB_AUDIO=yes VUSB_VIDEO=yes Fullscreen=yes

    ;*************************************************************
    ;* RDP *
    ;*************************************************************

    Connect=RDP FullScreen=Yes RDPAudioRecord=yes
    SessionConfig=RDP DesktopMode=Fullscreen FullScreen=Yes RDPAudioRecord=yes

    #46329
    ConfGen
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    You are really using TCX?

    CG

    #46925
    jazzyja
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    Did you ever get this issue addressed?

    #46926
    ruben2376
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    Yes, we did. It seems that the issue was related to the OS. ThinOS. In VMWare 7x support for PCOIP and TCX for USB redirection via ThinOS have issues I was told despite documentation saying it does work.

    VMWare guy told us we had to use ThinLinux or Windows Enbedded instead. We switched to a windows embedded device and everything worked as normal, no special configs etc.

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