Windows remote desktop is notorious for having poor peripheral support. Client drivers for endpoint embedded operating systems frequently need to be customized, which drastically reduces the variety of peripherals that are natively compatible, lengthens implementation times, and raises ongoing support costs. Even for those supported peripherals, there are still a number of problems, like the device frequently not being identified by the system if users don’t exactly plug it in as necessary, a printer copy being created every time the printer is connected to the system, and many more.
By using its transparent USB technology, vCloudpoint zero clients ensure that peripherals only ever need a standard Windows driver to function. Many USB devices are supported by vCloudpoint Zero clients, including memory sticks, headphones, single- and multifunction printers, scanners, touch screens, U keys, card readers, and USB converters. These USB devices are dependable and compatible with all Windows operating systems, so they work well whenever and however they are connected to the zero clients.