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Hi,

 

 

We have HP Zero Clients (T410) and are connection to an Windows 2012 server.

When i look in the admin guide it saysthat USB redirection to windows 2012 and Windows 8 is supported. 

 

I have enable USB redirection in the zero client.

 

But when i connect an USB device to the zeroclient is isnt viable in my RDP7 connection to the server. 

Do i have to edit some policys on the server or do i need software ?

 

 

Kind regards, 

 

 

Hans Vos

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Im having a simaller problem with my Windows server 2008, using the T410 as well.

 

I can get thumb drives to redirect, but i cant get SD card readers.

 

Have you found a solution to this problem yet?

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I have been battling with this for about 5 months now. I cannot get an SD card reader to work, a HP Inkjet printer or the HP IP Phones. There is also a set of USB speakers that will work for a short while after logging in, then it stops and won't come back unless the user logs out and then back in again.

 

I have tried all sorts of settings but am not getting anywhere at all...

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Seems to be an old issue that is still around. I cant get our T420 clients to redirect or map a thumb drive at all when logged into an RDP session to our 2012R2 server farm

Have tried every setting I can find but still no go

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