USB Session Level Redirection on Terminal Server
I cannot find an explanation of this new feature anywhere. The release notes has only this:
TCX Suite takes the USB redirection feature to the next level by allowing users to select the interfaces on composite USB devices (for example, composite devices such as all-in-one printers—fax, printer and scanner). Users can select the interfaces they want to redirect to the remote desktop (such as just fax only, or fax and scanner, and so on). Along with this level of control, users will automatically obtain session level restrictions while working in a terminal server environment.
Which isn't very clear. Does this new feature mean I can restrict redirected devices to one session? Is it only available when redirecting a single interface on a composite USB device? How do I set it up? What are the restrictions?
Can anybody explain this feature or point me to some documentation on it?
Go to www.wyse.com/manuals and search for "22951" This is the article number for the TCX Suite 5.0 documentation and look under chapter 9.
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I've read through that documentation but it does not explain how the session level redirection works or how it should be configured. It basically just rehashes a few paragraphs from the USB redirection section.I've been working with Wyse support for two weeks and they still haven't been able to show me how it's suppose to work.