USB for Remote Desktop History
Version history for USB for Remote Desktop shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Mar 27, 2008) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).
v 5.1.1 updated on Apr 25, 2016
Several bugs have been fixed and service stability has been improved.
v 5.1 updated on Jan 15, 2016
Support for PCoIP protocol has been added. New Administrative Utility allows to pre-configure USB device access rights. Seamless session usability has been improved. License Server support has been added. Windows 10 compatibility has been added.
v 5.0.6 updated on May 25, 2015
Drivers have been updated.
v 5.0.5 updated on Dec 04, 2014
Bug causing crash of 32-bit applications on 64-bit operating systems was fixed
v 3.0 updated on May 31, 2011
Port redirection feature implemented. Issue that led to program freezing when trying to share the same device in two terminal sessions is fixed. Other minor fixes.
v 2.9.3 updated on Jan 19, 2011
v 2.8 updated on Apr 15, 2010
A lot of bugs fixed. Stability improved.
v 2.7 updated on Dec 14, 2009
Many bugs fixed. This version is not compatible with the previous one.
v 2.6.2 updated on Nov 26, 2009
- Connection to existing session bug fixed on Windows2008 and Windows7. - Windows7 x64 compatibility improved.
v 2.3.1 updated on Apr 03, 2009
USB 2.0 isochronous devices support improved. BSOD on Logitech webcams fixed.
v 2.1.1 updated on Jan 11, 2009
Citrix ICA support added. Now it's possible to work with USB devices both over Citrix and RDP technologies simultaneously. All Citrix users are welcome to test our product, your feedback will be greatly appreciated!
v 1.1.5 updated on Nov 26, 2008
New device support added.
v 1.1.2 updated on Sep 11, 2008
Speed has been considerably optimized, now all devices work faster.
v 1.1.1 updated on Jul 28, 2008
Video and audio devices support significantly improved (e.g. Microsoft Headset, Logitech Cam). Several critical stability improvements applied, especially in 32bit to 64bit environmnent.
v 1.0 updated on Mar 27, 2008
Access your local USB devices in remote Terminal Server session.
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