Using an S30 and RDP–I could map a USB floppy drive by doing this:
net use z: \tsclientfiles /persistent:yes
Using an S10, I am unable to do it this way. Is this possible on an S10? I have both USB and Disks checked on the RDP properties for the connection, but am not seeing anything come across to the Windows side. Please help! Thanks,
WTOS is capable of mapping USB mass-storage devices that are formatted with FAT/FAT32 like sticks, HDs or memory cards. CDROM or floppy devices are not in the list.
If you need a floppy to be mapped AND you are using a virtual environment like VDI or XEN Desktop then you can use Wyse TCX USB Virtualizer. But this tool will not work in a terminal server or plain Citirx environment.