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USB Over Ethernet 1.1.1 on the move!

Video and audio devices support significantly improved (e.g. Microsoft Headset, Logitech Cam). Several critical stability improvements applied, especially in 32bit to 64bit environment.

With USB Over Ethernet or USB IP you can work with your local USB devices from remote Windows session. It supports a wide range of USB devices and does not require any special knowledge and installs easily right out of the box.


The new USB IP version supports the wide range of devices now both video and audio including Microsoft Headset, Logitech Cam and many others which you can make available in remote Windows Session. The program consists of a Server and a Workstation. You should install the Workstation on the computer to which the USB device is physically connected. Server side should be installed on the remote server from which you need to access your devices.

Here is what you get:

  • RDP protocol support
  • Allows to work with local USB devices in remote Windows session
  • Unlimited USB devices can be redirected from workstation
  • Unlimited USB devices can be connected to server
  • Auto-redirection of USB devices
  • Auto-redirection exclude list
  • USB devices safe removal is supported

USB Over Ethernet is compatible with:

  • Microsoft Windows Vista/XP/2000/2003 Server/2008 Server
  • USB v1.1 and USB v2.0
  • Hardware Universal Serial Bus controllers
  • Hyper-Threading Technology
  • Multiprocessor platforms
  • True Plug-and-Play

USB IP PLUS:

  • User-friendly program interface
  • Hot USB devices sharing/unsharing (without computer reboot)
  • USB devices redirection from your application directly using dynamic link library (OEM license)

USB Over Ethernet has been considerably improved by several critical stability innovations in 32bit to 64bit environment.

It will take centuries to be as good as USB Over Ethernet by FabulaTech. Download the program now!

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8 Responses to “USB Over Ethernet 1.1.1 on the move!”

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