| Q: Must both PC's where I plan to use USB@nywhere have the host-driver? || || A: No, only Device Workstation PC must have USB host driver. |
| Q: How would you suggest that one can change from office to home in a practical way, not moving the dongle? || || A: Our USB@nywhere appears as a virtual usb device on Remote Workstation side (same as on Device Workstation side) so your applications assume they're speaking to real hardware. |
| Q: I can retrieve the stripped attachment from our guaranteed Remote Workstation. As soon as I revive the file, I will put on our Remote Workstation and email the product ID. Is it possible to do this without interrupting the Windows Remote Workstation ? I am hoping to be able to use the program on this Remote Workstation that has a USB Hasp from my home, so I don't have to keep driving here to make changes. || || A: Of course you can use USB@nywhere alongside with Windows Terminal Service client. But you need just to configure the system on your home side in order to share the hasp for Remote Workstation. After that you don't need to take USB hasp to your work Remote Workstation. It will refer to HASP through your network. |
| Q: Once the virtual usb is in place, will my Windows 2000 PC (The one with the physical Hasp) be required to load both the Remote Workstation & Device Workstation software to be able to access the Hasp or just the Remote Workstation software ? || || A: If Hasp is inserted only Remote Workstation side can work with it. When USB@nywhere stopped - then Device Workstation side can work with hasp again. It is because of hasp physical structure which allows only monopoly access. |
| Q: Windows 2000 PC is running Software requiring Hasp. Hasp is physically connected to the USB Port of this Workstation. |
Is Remote Workstation Software or Device Workstation Software or Both required to be running on this Remote Workstation?
| || A: Device Workstation software is required to be running on this Remote Workstation |
| Q: Please verify I understand correctly: all I should need to do to safely remove the device using demo version, is this exact sequence: (no actions at all are necessary at Remote Workstation???) |
remove flash drive from Device Workstation USB port
click "stop" at Device Workstation
click "do not share" at Device Workstation
reinsert flash drive into Device Workstation USB port
(at this point I should see flash drive under "my computer" on Device Workstation PC)
click "start" at Device Workstation
click "share" at Device Workstation
(at this point flash drive should disappear from "my computer" on Device Workstation PC)
(at this point flash drive should appear on "my computer" on Remote Workstation PC)
| || A: if only one device was shared to the Remote Workstation you can restart the Remote Workstation to free all temporary resources. After that you will see your flash on the Device Workstation and won't see it on the Remote Workstation anymore. |
| Q: What is the proper action to do in GUI of Device Workstation and Remote Workstation, so I can make laptop forget about the shared flash drive? |
I tried stopping Remote Workstation or Device Workstation, but do not get quite the right behaviour. Clicking "do not share" on Device Workstation seems to act right (flash drive shows up locally on Device Workstation) sometimes, but has no effect on the laptop.
| || A: To complete removing virtual device you have to stop Device Workstation service, press "do not share" and replug the device. |
| Q: Should I also be able to share other devices attached to USB port of desktop, like a scanner or printer or webcam? || || A: Yes - currently we support many kinds of devices such as printers, scanners, flash-memory, Human input devices (joystick, mice). |
| Q: I ve got two PC with Windows 2003. PC1 : it haven't got any USb Port. PC2 : it have many usb port. I install USB@nywhere Remote Workstation on witch PC ? and USB@nywhere Device Workstation on witch PC. How i share usb Port on PC2 ? || || A: Please run USB Device Workstation config utility on computer with USB ports. Click Refresh, expand nodes of USB hubs and select the device that you want to share |
| Q: I have WinXP with SP2. Do you have the same utility for XP? || || A: You don't need any utilities to use our software with XP. It's just you need to do the following: |
To allow network connection you have to disable your firewall or open the port you want to connect through.
If you are using standard Widows FireWall, follow please instruction:
1. Open "Network Connections" window
Start->Control Panel>Network and Internet Connections-> ->Network Connections
2. Open "Properties" Window for the connection you want to manage by clicking with mouse right button on it.
3. In appeared window click "Advanced" -> "Settings".
4. Now the FireWall configuration window is available. You can disable blocking at all (it increases your security risk) or add a port to non blocking list.
To disable FireWall check the off button and apply changes.
To add a port to non blocking list, do the following:
1) "Exceptions"->"Add Port"
2) In the "Add Port" window type a program name
(real name is not necessarily) and the port number this program uses for connection.
IMPORTANT: The port used by USB@nywhere is 3333
Port Number: 3333
Click "OK" button and apply changes.