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USB Network Gate for WindowsDiscount

USB Network Gate for Windows

Share Any USB Device Over a Network

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Platforms: Windows 32-bit and 64-bit: XP/Vista/7/8/10, Server 2003/2008/2012/2016/2019
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You're savvy enough to network your laptops and desktops in your home, so why are family members still kicking you off of your machine to use it? It's because yours is the only machine that has a printer hooked up to it!

USB Network Gate for Windows promises to revolutionize your use of USB resources such as printers, webcams, external hard drives, scanners, and more. With USB Network Gate for Windows, any USB-connected device becomes available to multiple computers on a network as a shared resource. Just plug any USB peripheral into your computer's USB port, and it will automatically appear to all computers on the network, even those using remote virtual desktops!

Worried about security? USB Network Gate for Windows gives you the power to encrypt traffic and password-protect remote access! You can also connect to your USB-connected webcam remotely using Wifi, to keep your eye on things while you're out.

So say goodbye to expensive USB hardware splitters, pricey network print servers, and configuration hassles. Get USB Network Gate for Windows, and work with what you already have!

This promotion includes the following:
Single License (1 shared USB device) ($159.95)
Single License (2 shared USB devices) ($299.95)
Single License (10 shared USB devices) ($699.95)
Single License (unlimited USB devices) ($1199.95)
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Paul Hello,

Is the single license for one shared USB device valid for one pc that acts as the USB server on which distinct USB devices kan be mounted but only one of the devices can be shared at a specific moment? Or is the license for one specific USB-device on one specific USB-server?
And is the license transferable to another pc?

Aug 4 2020 at 3:52am Copy Link
Julia Rixon Hello Tom,

USB Network Gate [Single License (One Shared USB Device)] may not be installed on multiple systems. This License allows to share 1 USB device per system upon which USB Network Gate is installed. Any number of users may connect to any such USB device remotely, but only 1 user may connect to a shared remote USB device at any one time.
Electronic Team, Inc. - Aug 4 2020 at 4:42am Copy Link
Paul Thanks for your answer.
But my question is wheter the license is restricted to one particular USB-device or not? For instance first a device A on the USB-server is shared. Later this device is dismounted and another device B is mounted to the USB-server. Will this latter device be visible over the netwerk? So at any moment only one device will be visible but which device this is can cange in time. Is that correct?
Aug 4 2020 at 5:09am Copy Link
Julia Rixon Tom, please let me address your questions one by one:

1) The license for one shared USB device lets you share only 1 USB device at a time. The license is not restricted to a specific USB device. You can share, let's say a flash drive, then disconnect it and share a scanner instead.

2) Yes, you can transfer the license 2 times by yourself. All further transfers can be made with the help of our support team.
Electronic Team, Inc. - Aug 4 2020 at 6:29am Copy Link
Robert Crombie Some of you may have this capability already.
Check your router, to see if it has a USB socket.
If it has, then check the router's specs. You may find that all you have to do is plug a USB drive into it, and it can be seen/shared with all computers on your network.
I was with iPrimus (in Australia), and had 2 different routers from them. One of them could share a thumb drive.
I am now with Foxtel, and their NBN router can share a thumb drive (I use that all the time)
Aug 4 2020 at 9:47pm Copy Link
Julia Rixon Robert, thanks for your comment! You are totally right, some routers indeed have such functionality and let you connect to the flash drives over the network.

USB Network Gate, however, supports various kinds of USB devices and lets you connect scanners, webcams, gamepads, smartphones, etc. apart from USB drives.
Electronic Team, Inc. - Aug 5 2020 at 1:50am Copy Link

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