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    malanco
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    Hi guys, let me introduce myself, my name is agustin malanco, currently im working on a vdi project , we are testing wyse s10, with vmware view 4, s10 is not compatible with pcoip so we started testing with rdp and TCX, ive created a wnos.ini file, uploaded to my ftp, etc and all the config is working, there is just one thing, whenever i try to connect a usb device (kingston even a blackberry), is not forwarded to the vm, when the device is connected to the s10, in the log it is showned as “USB: found a new device “WYSE VUSB” on port x ” , but it is not forwarded, when i connect a usb keyboard it is shown as TCX USB, is there anything im doing wrong?

    thanks!!

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    aLiE
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    Did you installed Wyse TCX Suite on the workstation/server side ?

    You can also try the parameter “Device=vusb ForceRedirect=” in your wnos.ini if you need more finetuning.

    #18102
    ConfGen
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    You do not need TCX to map a USB stick.
    Just enable disk redirection in your wnos.ini, like
    SessionConfig=ALL MapDisks=yes

    CG

    #18107
    malanco
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    @aLIE yes the TCX server is installed on the vm, i was thinking in adding that line “”Device=vusb ForceRedirect=” , but the usb key hex (? dont know if its a hex address or something alike) is 0x6, and in the wyse documentation, shows something like this TCX USB: Local
    Device(0x04f2,0x0112,0x03,0x01,0x01)”


    @ConfGen
    that way it works but is there any way i can forward it as a usb key? i mean, it is forwarded as a network share.

    thank you guys!

    #18129
    ConfGen
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    RDP will always map it as a network share.
    TCX USB will map it as a real drive.

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