USB Camera

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  • #1306
    Avatardshaun
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    hey guys,

    i wanted to know whether it was possbile to read data from a usb camera on a S10 winterm unit. I have tried plugging it in, rebooted and unfortunately no result. I was hoping that it would read like any usb stick or external hard disk.

    Thanks

    DShaun

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    What is your back end that the S10’s are connecting too?
    What firmware are you running on the S10’s.
    Also double check the peripheral list that has been tested for the S10’s.
    Finally check that your back end setup allows for USB Mapping of drives to the client sessions.

    Also remember because wyse say the peripheral is not tested, doesn’t mean it wont work – Wyse advise that you test your self.

    Hope this helps in your troubleshooting.

    Sammy

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    Hey Sammy

    Ok, so the S10 units are connecting to a windows xp VDI that is stored locally (not over the WAN) . The firmware is 6.1.0_11. USB mapping is enabled on the back end. Ill have a look if there is anything to do with GP but i doubt it considering i can plug any ordinary usb stick with no dramas. Any other suggestions? ill check out the peripheral list

    Thanks

    DShaun

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    Hiya,

    I think there could be bad news on the camera side. Camera are generally classified as mass storage devices – WTOS can only read and support Simple USB eg: as the usb key sticks.

    I have a feeling that you not going to get it to work – Prove me wrong and test as many camera’s as possible.

    Happy testing.

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    Hi,

    If the Camera looks like a USB storage device it may work under RDP drive mapping. If the camera needs the Windows Imaging and Acquisition layer (WIA) you will need to use the Wyse TCX USB redirection software to make the camera appear in the VDI session.

    Cheers,
    -TT

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