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Old 10th February 2005, 16:44   #1
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Default Network USB servers shootout

What exactly is a USB Server? Well, to put it simply, a USB Server allows you to access USB Devices over the network through Ethernet. There are significant benefits to USB serving, including being able to share a multi-function USB printer, which you normally cannot fully do in a Windows Network. But the "dirty little secret" that the vendors of these devices don't go out of their way to point out is that each networked USB device must be used in one-to-one device-to-host relationship based on "reservations" made by each user.


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