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Scanner for Remote Desktop Linux Version 2.4 has been released. Easy to understand identification of network scanners has been added. ADF support for Canon imageFORMULA scanners has been added. Support of 16-bit color depth has been added. Issue with Samsung network scanners has been fixed.
FtPlugins (modules for connecting FabulaTech linux products to remote desktop clients) have been updated for all our linux products. Compatibility with Citrix Receiver has been improved a lot and data transmission latency has been reduced greatly.
Serial Port Redirector 2.9 has been released. Windows Server 2016 compatibility has been added. Minor bugs have been fixed.
Printer for Remote Desktop 1.4.6 has been released. Compatibility with latest Windows versions and FabulaTech License Server has been improved. Minor issues have been fixed.
Meet another major update: USB for Remote Desktop 6.0.
Workstation-side GUI has been added to simplify configuration and control in seamless mode. New FabulaTech Virtual USB Host Controller driver brings full support for USB 3.0 and great performance improvement. Easy understandable symlinks for devices are supported now. Device reconnects to the same virtual USB port, even after restart. Device options dialog has been added for troubleshooting of problematic devices. Performance and quality tweaks have been added for HID devices. And a lot of bugs have been fixed in this release.
We proudly introduce you the major update of our flagship product! USB over Network 6 available for Windows and Linux.
Windows version comes with a tons of new features such as easy understandable symlinks for Clients, Servers and devices, autoconnect of all devices on callback connection, ability to continue local usage of the device which was shared but not yet connected by Client, and to disconnect a device from Client without unsharing. New FabulaTech Virtual USB Host Controller driver brings full support for USB 3.0 and great performance improvement under the latest Windows OS. Also, UI was enhanced and polished, performance and quality tweaks are added for HID devices, fine-tuning of interval for broken connection detection is added. A lot of bugs fixed as well.
Linux version comes with improved performance and stability for a high-speed USB 3.0 devices thanks to a multi-core support on the Server side, automatic creation of sharing rules and ability to create callback connection to Clients. The Client side obtains improved UI, enhanced device connecting rules, support for callback connections, SSL and external command execution on device connect/disconnect.
New versions of Scanner for Remote Desktop have been released for Windows and Linux. Windows Server 2019 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 have been added as a supported OS. Error while scanning with SANE scanners in Linux-Windows mixed environment has been fixed. Scanner selection issue in multisession and nested session has been fixed.
Biometrics for Remote Desktop 1.9 has been released. Windows Server 2016 and Server 2019 have been added as a supported OS. A lot of new devices from DigitalPersona, Wacom and Nitgen added to compatibility list due to adding support of next SDK's: DigitalPersona U.are.U SDK and One Touch SDK, Wacom Signature SDK, Nitgen eNBSP SDK.
Webcam for Remote Desktop 2.8.32 has been released. Horizontal/vertical image flipping feature has been added. Issue with MJPEG quality setting has been fixed. A lot of minor bugs have been fixed as well.
Scanner for Remote Desktop 2.1 has been released. Windows Server 2016 is supported now. Scanning speed has been improved. Issues with Wi-Fi scanners and server connections limit have been fixed. A lot of minor GUI bugs have been fixed as well.
Scanner for Remote Desktop (Linux version) 2.1 has been released. Scanning speed has been improved. Multipage scanning algorithm has been improved. A lot of bugs have been fixed.
Virtual Serial Port Control 3.5 has been released. Possibility to create and control port twins has been implemented. These ports are useful to overlap USB to Serial adapters. Issues with installer, .NET control events, port friendly names and many other minor bugs have been fixed.