[SunRay-Users] USB Scanner with Connector
baudet at grabnetworks.net
Mon Jan 29 09:27:40 EET 2007
Is your scanner a USB one? If so, I'm not sure you'll be able to make it
works. The problem is that the scanner needs a driver to operate properly
through Windows, and you need to "push" the USB scanner through a RDP
session (connector 1.1 is nothing else than a RDP client...).
The problem is that the Windows Connector 1.1 is based on RDP 5.2, and this
version of RDP doesn't let you pass USB devices that need drivers to
operate. USB things like "mass storage" is fine, some printers seem to work
as well, but this is pretty much it.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think you won't be able to "push" your
scanner - if it's a USB one - to a Windows Terminal session, by the way of a
RDP session, so using the windows connector 1.1, nor you will be able to
with Secure Global Desktop. But, again, if you can prove me wrong, I'll be
the happiest man in the world!!
De : sunray-users-bounces at filibeto.org
[mailto:sunray-users-bounces at filibeto.org] De la part de Fabio Sales
Envoyé : 29 janvier 2007 10:10
À : sunray-users at filibeto.org
Objet : [SunRay-Users] USB Scanner with Connector
Hello Sun Ray users.
I'm deploing a SunRay install in a school.
I have two X2100 with Solaris 10 and SRSS 3.1 with connector 1.1
I'm using connector to login in two V20Z with MS Windows 2K3 TS
They need to use a USB Scanner on Windows.
Somebody can give me some tip to configure scanner with connector ?
Thanks so much.
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