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Serial Port for Remote Desktop is a software for redirecting local serial ports to remote desktop session.
So, any serial device being plugged to a hardware COM port on the local PC is accessible in the remote Windows session as if it was plugged directly to the remote desktop side.
The software consists of two parts. The Workstation part is to be installed on the local computer where the serial device is physically plugged to local COM port. The Server part goes to the remote side.
Serial Port for Remote Desktop creates a virtual serial port in your remote desktop session. As result the ports can then be used by third-party applications to communicate with legacy serial devices such as serial printers, scanners, card readers. Any third-party application in the remote desktop session can access virtual COM ports, open them and exchange data just like it does on a physical machine.
Virtual COM ports fully emulate behaviour of hardware COM ports, so any serial communications application works with virtual COM port as if it was a hardware COM port.
Serial ports can be configured to be auto-redirected. In such case, every time the user logins to the remote session, these COM ports will connect automatically without requiring manual intervention.
Serial Port for Remote Desktop supports different remote desktop protocols including Microsoft RDP, Teradici PCoIP, Citrix ICA. It does not matter what environment is used (Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Terminal Services, Citrix XenApp, Citrix XenDesktop, VMware View, Amazon Workspaces and others). Any compatible Client software can be used for accessing remote side. And there is no need to change firewall settings.
If you are looking for the same easy solution for Linux you have already found it. FabulaTech offers you Serial Port for Remote Desktop Linux version. It works perfectly in most distributions of Linux operating system.
Linux version of Serial Port for Remote Desktop includes plugins for FreeRDP, Citrix Receiver and VMware Horizon Client.
Serial Port for Remote Desktop works perfectly in seamless mode. It is easy and convenient feature which allows to connect your local COM port to the remote application running in seamless mode.
Serial Port for Remote Desktop functionality can be easily integrated into your application. So you allow terminal server users to access local COM ports in remote Windows session. Read more…