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Remotely Share Any USB Peripheral

USB Device Share lets you share ANY USB device remotely over the Internet or via LAN -- hard drives, scanners, webcams... anything!

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What are people saying about USBDeviceShare

Mike Hauber I like the idea of connecting to some external usb-drives from the internet.

Can the access be protected by a password?
If not, is this planned in a next version?

Thank you,

Miike
Oct 9 2009 at 2:24am Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar Dear Mike,

Security via password protection will be implemented in the next version of USBDeviceShare. We plan to release this by end of October.

Regards,
Sreejith
SysNucleus USBDeviceShare Team
SysNucleus - Oct 9 2009 at 2:54am Copy Link
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Rich D Does not install on Vista 64.
Oct 11 2009 at 4:45am Copy Link
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Mark Hill If I want to share devices attatched to different machines but on same network do I have to buy multiple server licences?
Oct 11 2009 at 4:55am Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar @ Rich D
Current version of USBDeviceShare supports only 32bit version of Windows. The 64-bit edition of USBDeviceShare is in beta right now and will be released later this month. If you are interested in trying out the beta 64bit edition, please send a mail to support@sysnucleus.com

@Mark Hill
You need to purchase a license for each installation of server. There is no limit to the devices which can be shared at the server, nor to the number of clients which can be installed in your network.
SysNucleus - Oct 11 2009 at 5:21am Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar You can download the 64-bit edition of USBDeviceShare from http://www.sysnucleus.com...re-x64.zip
SysNucleus - Oct 11 2009 at 6:07am Copy Link
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Steve Newport Hello,

what do you plan to charge for upgrades after one year? Thanks!
Mar 30 2010 at 9:19pm Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar Hi Steve,

We plan to offer upgrades at 20$ after 1 year.

Regards,
Sreejith
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Mar 30 2010 at 10:24pm Copy Link
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Steve Newport Hi Sreejith,

thank you. This is fair and so far exactly what I was looking for.

Regards,
Steve
Mar 31 2010 at 2:10am Copy Link
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Dan P No matter what I do I can't link any of my PCs on my network. I've allowed all in bound and out bound connections through my firewall for USBDeviceShare but I always get "Failed to connect with server". I've tried both Server Name and Address. Any suggestions?
Mar 31 2010 at 11:40pm Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar Hi Dan,

To make sure that the server machine is accessible over network from the client machine please 'ping' the server address from the client machine.

Open command prompt and run "ping server ip address" (Example: ping 192.168.1.104) and see the result.

This is just to make sure that the connection problem is not with the network.

Regards,
Sreejith
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Apr 1 2010 at 2:55am Copy Link
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Dan P Sreejith,

I pinged and can't connect. I assume my provider doesn't allow such a connection or is there some other solution?
Apr 3 2010 at 10:33pm Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar Dan,

Please contact your network administrator or provider to resolve this issue. USBDeviceShare requires direct connectivity between client and server machines.

Regards,
Sreejith
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Apr 4 2010 at 11:22pm Copy Link
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Tom Colvin There's something I've never understood about any of these remote access programs. What if I am working at home and realize I need to access my computer at work -- and it's midnight, and my work computer has been turned off for 7 hours already. Can your software [and others like it] turn on my computer at work so that I can access it? Or must the work computer be on 24/7 for me to access the USB remotely?
Apr 6 2010 at 1:36pm Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar Hi Tom,

Remote USB access software cannot automatically turn on the server PC. In your case the work computer must be ON for the devices to be remotely accessed.

Regards,
Sreejith
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Apr 6 2010 at 5:10pm Copy Link
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Steven Curcuru Hi,

My "server" would be a Win 7 64 bit PC; but I want to access it from other PCs that run both 64 & 32 Bit Vista, and 32 bit versions of XP Pro.

Will this work, both over the net, and on my local Windows 7 based LAN?

Also - will you offer an upgrade to USB 3.0?

Wiz

Thanks !
Apr 6 2010 at 6:47pm Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar Hi Steve,

USBDeviceShare server and client are interoperable between different versions of Windows (i.e between Win 7 and XP, Vista and XP etc). However the 32bit version of USBDeviceShare (client/server) is not currently interoperable with the 64bit version. We are working on this and hope to get this feature integrated soon.

USB 3.0 support is also in the pipeline.

Regards,
Sreejith
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Apr 6 2010 at 7:05pm Copy Link
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Steve Newport Hi Sreejith,

I really would like to buy this but my "server" would be a 32bit Win 7 and my "client" a 64bit Win7. So will this interoperability between 32bit and 64bit definitivly come and probably when?

Will this feature be covered with this buy or do I have to pay an upgrade fee for it?

Thanks!
Apr 6 2010 at 9:49pm Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar Hi Steve,

Please email me and I will let you know when the 32bit-64bit interoperability is solved. We will also give you a discount at that time, so that you can purchase USBDeviceShare at the same price.

Regards,
Sreejith
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Apr 6 2010 at 10:02pm Copy Link
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Peter G Hi Sreejith,
the idea is great but once I share my usb disk, cannot see it on the server - only on the client if I connect to it. Do you tink it would be too difficult to fix this bug? Also, do you plan implementing transferring encrypted data between server and clients over the internet?
Apr 6 2010 at 10:27pm Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar Hi Peter,

This is not really a bug. This is a limitation of the USB devices and their protocol and is clearly stated in the product help manual. Once the device is shared at the server, it will not be accessible at the server. Data transfer with encryption will be implemented in the next version of the product.

Regards,
Sreejith
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Apr 6 2010 at 10:41pm Copy Link
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Peter G Hi Sreejith,

thanks for the info -- regarding the encryption, do you mean the next major or minor version? What the rough time estimate would be? (Before it happens, it\s very dangerous to send private files containing potentially sensitive info over the internet in unencrypted form - hope you are considering a strong algorithm, not just some easy to crack one.) Thank you.
Apr 6 2010 at 10:54pm Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar Hi Peter,

The next major version. We hope to release it within 2 months time.

Regards,
Sreejith
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Apr 7 2010 at 12:27am Copy Link
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Ron K My question is about license counting in two cases. I understand the Server can only be used on one computer per license, and I assume it uses online activation for enforcement. As a commercial developer myself, I understand the need for activation. My two questions are this:

First, as a PC enthusiast who regularly tries new things, I reformat and reinstall my primary PC several times per year. Will I lose the ability to use the Server software, even though I would only be reactivating it on the same hardware? i.e. is it possible to "deactivate" in order to preserve the ability to reinstall it later?

Second, later this year I will be purchasing a new computer, and my current PC will be reformatted and put into a pool of test computers I keep, and would no longer need the Server product. Similar to the first case, would I be able to uninstall/deactivate the license on the old computer in order to install it on the new?

Thanks for your help! I regretted passing up the chance to purchase in October, so I'm excited about this second chance.
Apr 7 2010 at 1:07am Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar Hi Ronald,

You can activate the sever in the same PC or in a different PC using the same license file without issues.

Regards,
Sreejith
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Apr 7 2010 at 1:23am Copy Link
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Peter G Hi Sreejith,

that's a great news, I'll buy it then today and wait those 2 months for the encryption; I suppose because the next major upgrade is coming within less than one year from now, it will be free for today's buyers, am I right?

Regards,
Peter
Apr 7 2010 at 1:39am Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar Hi Peter,

Yes. All upgrades released with in a period of 1 year from the date of purchase are free.

Regards,
Sreejith
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Apr 7 2010 at 1:46am Copy Link
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Randy Martin So. I have two external hard drives on my office computer.
With this program, I can access them from my laptop while I'm at the client's office?

How safe are my hard drives from some outside hacker/program?

Do I have access to the hard drive IN my computer?

Thanks
Feb 2 2011 at 12:47am Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar Yes, you can access the USB hard drives shared at your office computer from your laptop. Please make sure that your office computer is accessible via an IP address from your laptop. We recommend you to try the evaluation version of USBDeviceShare available for download at http://www.sysnucleus.com...nload.html

USBDeviceShare server allows you to password protect the shared USB devices. Clients will then have to authenticate with the same password in order to access the shared devices.

Once a device is shared at the server, it will not longer be accessible locally.

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Sreejith
USBDeviceShare Team
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Feb 2 2011 at 2:53am Copy Link
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Don Versluys Can this share a printer connected to the server via usb?
Don
Feb 5 2011 at 11:59pm Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar Yes. All types of USB devices including USB printers can be shared using USBDeviceShare.

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Sreejith
USBDeviceShare Team
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Feb 6 2011 at 3:41am Copy Link
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Mike Carlson Can I access another laptop of mine. Old software there that I can't move..
Mike
Feb 6 2011 at 4:10pm Copy Link
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Techtoysavvy I bought 2 of these last time on BitsduJour.
Should I upgrade those licenses or just buy new ones.
I guess I am wondering about the upgrade price and policy.
Feb 6 2011 at 4:47pm Copy Link
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Heatvent Will this install as a service on WHS?

Thanks
Feb 6 2011 at 5:35pm Copy Link
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Stefan Hauber I am having a ASM Fritz!Box,connected by WLAN with my laptop. It has a USB-Connection for USB-devices. Now I am wondering, if I could use it to access to USB-devices too? That would really be great, because the modem is running anyway and my desktop-computer would have to be extra booted...
Feb 6 2011 at 5:44pm Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar @Mike

You can only access remote USB devices using USBDeviceShare. In case you have software which works only with a specific USB device and if the device is not locally available, you can use USBDeviceShare to virtually plug in the remote USB device to your local machine.

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Sreejith
USBDeviceShare Team
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Feb 6 2011 at 6:05pm Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar @Prasad Paranjpe

Updates are free for a period of 1 year from the date of purchase. For using versions released after 1 year, you should purchase an upgrade.

You need to buy additional licenses of USBDeviceShare only if you require to install the server on more computers. Otherwise, please contact us at support@sysnucleus.com to purchase the upgrade.

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Sreejith
USBDeviceShare Team
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Feb 6 2011 at 6:10pm Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar @Guest User

USBDeviceShare installs as an application on all Windows operating systems. Running the server as a service is not currently supported.

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Sreejith
USBDeviceShare Team
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Feb 6 2011 at 6:14pm Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar @Stefan Hauber

The FRITZ!Box allows you to share USB devices (hard drives, memory sticks, surf sticks and printers) over LAN.

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Sreejith
USBDeviceShare Team
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Feb 6 2011 at 6:21pm Copy Link
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Stephane M Hello Sreejith,

How roughly will it cost to upgrade to next major versions after 12 months ? Is it still around $20?

And to the BDJ admins, the download link on this board does not offer the x64 version so I do not know if you could add it otherwise it can directly be found at http://www.sysnucleus.com...nload.html.
Feb 6 2011 at 11:42pm Copy Link
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RichU Is USBdeviceshare compatible with USB 1,0 2.0, AND the newest 3.0?
Is there a limit to how many clients can access the server?
Are all the clients included in today's price?
If I have all my USB devices hooked up to the server, but have a USB printer on a different computer, in another room, would I be required to purchase a separate server license on the computer with the printer?
Thank you,
Rich
Feb 7 2011 at 12:11am Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar @Stephane

The upgrade price is currently 19$ (Discounted upgrade price for BDJ customers).

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Sreejith
USBDeviceShare Team
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Feb 7 2011 at 1:06am Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar @Richard Urmann

USBDeviceShare is compatible with USB 1.x, 2.0 and 3.0 devices (low, full, high and super speed USB devices).

USBDeviceShare client is a free software. Unlimited number of clients can connect and remotely access devices shared at a USBDeviceShare server.

USBDeviceShare server requires a license for each installation. So in your case, if you need to run the server on two computers, you should purchase two licenses of the server.

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Sreejith
USBDeviceShare Team
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Feb 7 2011 at 1:14am Copy Link
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Don Versluys I've downloaded and installed the trial software.
Setup sharing a printer worked beautifully.
And it is true, the printer from the server doesn't work.
How do I recover from this to get the printer to work from the server?
Also, does an attached hard drive usb connected still work from the server side?
This is great for sharing, has caveats.
Don
Feb 7 2011 at 1:27am Copy Link
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Donald Bone I have installed USBDeviceShare as a trial on one Vista (32 bit) laptop as server and on a Windows 7 (64 bit) laptop as client. I cannot connect to the server from the client (unable to connect).

My network is working ok as I can connect and share folders and drives without problems between both machines normally without this software.

There are no FAQs on the developers site to provide assistance?
Feb 7 2011 at 1:29am Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar @Don Versluys

Once a device is shared from the server, it will not be available locally. To access the device again from the server computer, you must stop device sharing (Right click the device and select 'Stop Sharing' option).

So printers and hard drives once shared will not be available in the server computer. Also, only a single client can access the shared device at a time.

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Sreejith
USBDeviceShare Team
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Feb 7 2011 at 1:39am Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar @Don Bone

Please make sure that your firewall is not blocking USBDeviceShare server and client. If you are unable to connect by providing the server computer name, try to connect by providing the server IP address.

You can find the software's online help manual at http://www.sysnucleus.com...index.html

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Sreejith
USBDeviceShare Team
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Feb 7 2011 at 1:49am Copy Link
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Stephane M I thought using it to share USB HDD's I have connected to my server but based on the last comment "Once a device is shared from the server, it will not be available locally" I guess I cannot do it as I still want to be able to locally access my drives while they are shared.

Is it a technical restriction or you are going to change it to be able to share without loosing local/network access?

Another thing, I am testing it right now on a Vista x64 machine as a server and Vista keeps asking me to reboot to be able to use the new installed device.

Also, I have 3 HDD attached to this machine through USB 2 and none have any information when I right-click on properties. They have all the same name "USB Mass Storage Device" so It does not make easy to share a device without any information about it.

Thanks.
Feb 7 2011 at 2:23am Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar @Stephane

Yes, this is a technical limitation of the USB protocol. A USB device can be connected only to a single host at a time.

Regarding the reboot problem, please make sure that no other software is accessing the device while it is being shared.

You can assign nick names for USB devices connected to the server. Please see http://www.sysnucleus.com...knames.htm .
Plug-in the HDDs one by one and assign nick name for each so that they can be identified easily.

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Sreejith
USBDeviceShare Team
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Feb 7 2011 at 2:56am Copy Link
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jboothco I guess I take exception to calling this USB "sharing" if you cannot access the "shared" device locally. This is actually converting the USB device from a local device to a remotely accessible device. Since you can only do one or the other, there is no "sharing".

I was interested in this, but I see this as too much of an issue. I've tried the software and it is a little slow and balky to get a device back to local access. If, say, the device is a printer (as I was doing), queued print jobs don't seem to be able to be processed when the device is local again without deleting the job and printing again. This would be really nice if it truly shared...
Feb 7 2011 at 1:01pm Copy Link
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Stephane M I like the idea except the fact it is not really sharing like John Booth said but anyway I was not able to get it working.

I decided to uninstall it and got a BSOD on the next reboot.
I finally managed to restore my system to a previous state before USBDeviceShare so I am back to business.
Feb 7 2011 at 2:13pm Copy Link
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Techtoysavvy I would like to purchase 2 upgrade licenses.
I could not see how to do that from buy now.
I could not find the link on your site either.
Feb 7 2011 at 3:43pm Copy Link
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scaevola na Why are x64 operations systems not supported? This will not install on win7 professional x64?!
Apr 13 2011 at 5:16pm Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar Hi scaevola,

X64 operating systems (including Windows 7 64 bit) are supported. You can download the x64 installer from http://www.sysnucleus.com...nload.html.

Regards,
Sreejith
USBDeviceShare Team
SysNucleus
SysNucleus - Apr 17 2011 at 5:18pm Copy Link
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Pavel User Server of developer is unavailable for me. I cannot contact http://www.sysnucleus.com/usbshare.
P., Czech Republic
Aug 23 2011 at 2:42am Copy Link
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Graham I have run in to a problem. I installed the server software on my main computer. I then plugged in a USB card that came up as F Drive. I weas prompted to install your driver (I assume) on to the USB card and after saying yes then I lost the uSB card as an F Drive. I appreciatte that this may have now become a network drive but I cannot find it on my computer under Network either. Your program recognizes it as `shared` but I don't know how to access it
Aug 23 2011 at 5:31am Copy Link
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Pavel User Ad Pavel S.
Connection from my country is good via anonymizer - I think that problem are server firewalls...
Aug 23 2011 at 6:27am Copy Link
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Alan Is Harvey Web Scraper going to be available on BDJ?
Aug 23 2011 at 7:12am Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar @Graham

Once you have shared a USB device using USBDeviceShare server, it will no longer be locally available in the server machine.

You can access the device remotely from another computer using USBDeviceShare Client. Please see http://www.sysnucleus.com...client.htm for more details.

To bring back the device in the server machine, right click the device in the server window and select 'Stop Sharing'.

Sreejith
support@sysnucleus.com
http://www.sysnucleus.com/usbshare
SysNucleus - Aug 23 2011 at 9:10am Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar @ Pavel

This must be an issue with our hosting provider. We have notified them regarding this. Hope that it will be resolved soon.

Sreejith
support@sysnucleus.com
http://www.sysnucleus.com/usbshare
SysNucleus - Aug 23 2011 at 9:17am Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar @Alam Sawyer

WebHarvy will not be available on BDJ soon. The current price mentioned at our website is actually the introductory discounted price.


Sreejith
support@sysnucleus.com
http://www.sysnucleus.com/usbshare
SysNucleus - Aug 23 2011 at 9:19am Copy Link
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BitsDuJour Admin - Aug 23 2011 at 12:00pm Copy Link
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Jason Howard This program really had me interested until I read - "Once you have shared a USB device using USBDeviceShare server, it will no longer be locally available in the server machine."

For some users this limitation will be very important. It really should be disclosed (clearly) on your web page to save time and frustration.
Aug 23 2011 at 4:05pm Copy Link
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Sreejith Sreekumar @Jason,

Thanks for the feedback. We will update the product page to display this information clearly.

This is actually a limitation of the USB protocol, that a device can be attached only to a single host (PC) at a time. This is common to all other similar software which shares all types of USB devices.


Sreejith
support@sysnucleus.com
http://www.sysnucleus.com/usbshare
SysNucleus - Aug 24 2011 at 1:03am Copy Link
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Alan @Sreejith,
I did send an email to sales asking for a discount code for WebHarvey as you suggested, but I see you changed your reply here to remove that.
I would have purchased it with a good discount, but not at $99. It's not something that I'm going to use much, it would have been nice to have in case I ever wanted something like that, but not at $99.

Thanks
Alan
Aug 24 2011 at 4:20am Copy Link
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