The network USB server lets you print, scan, or fax from any remote computer, as USB through Ethernet supports USB device sharing across any network, including Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and the Internet. The authorization option will help you control remote user access.
Need to connect to your local USB devices from a guest OS? FlexiHub will easily turn your host PC into USB to a network server. Just share a peripheral on the host OS and access it from your virtual machine as though the device was physically connected to the guest OS. Plus, you can redirect local devices to blade servers in the same way.
As is known, accessing local USB devices is not an easy matter when you use Remote Desktop Connection. FlexiHub is aimed at providing RDP users with access to their remote USB devices as quickly and as efficiently as possible. With the USB Redirector, you'll be able to configure your remote machine so that it can find and connect to shared USB devices automatically.
With the advanced traffic encryption option offered by FlexiHub, you won't have to worry about the security of your network connections. The USB device server will protect your sensitive data from being damaged or intercepted.
USB Server allows you to optimize data traffic by using the efficient traffic compression feature. This will help you significantly improve both the data transfer speed and bandwidth utilization. The feature is particularly helpful for devices that typically transfer data in the uncompressed format.
If you want to share a different device, just unplug the currently attached and shared USB device and plug in another one. No computer reboot or restart of the app is required! The new peripheral will be automatically displayed on a remote client machine.