USB redirection

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  • #8106
    Avataralf13
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    Hi there,

    i’m trying to get a USB redirection working for few troublesome devices. I have central config working via wnos.ini and looking at the documentation I found that I can use statement like:

    Device=vusb ForceRedirect=0xabcf,0x0123,0x00,0x00,0x00

    to get the USB redirected and working.

    However it is very unclear if I need the TXC server suite ?

    Can someone please confirm what is required for the “Device=vusb ForceRedirect=” statement to work.

    Thank you

    #24525
    ConfGenConfGen
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    It depends on the backend you are using.
    Please give some more info.

    CG

    #24528
    Avataralf13
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    Here is my setup:
    -Virtual environment: bunch of VM guests (Win 7) running on ESXi 5.5 host
    -WYSE: C10LE
    -DHCP – options 161, 184, 185 to point WYSE boxes to ftp server with the wnos.ini config
    -DHCP options 186 and 194 to point WYSE boxes to WDM server (workgroup license)

    #24531
    Avatardoyoucompute
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    • Regular Joe
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    We have a similar setup and are successfully redirecting a couple of devices without TCX.

    #24532
    Avataralf13
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    Hi doyoucompute,
    Can you provide more info?

    #24533
    ConfGenConfGen
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    Aren’t you using any broker like VMware View?

    CG

    #24534
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    No, we do not use vmware view.
    Windows 7 boxes are provisioned in esxi vcenter and accessed via RDP on WYSE boxes.

    #24536
    Avatarmick78
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    Copy/past your wnos.ini

    #24567
    Avataralf13
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    I found the problem – the USB devices in question were formatted in NTFS.
    Formatted them in fat32 and all is now working OK

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