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 +====Works for POS Devices====
 +
 +1. Devices installed on the local machine needs to be able to emulate a COM PORT
 +  * Use the manufacturer'​s device driver
 +  * Use a USB to Serial driver like: http://​www.prolific.com.tw/​US/​ShowProduct.aspx?​p_id=225&​pcid=41
 +
 +2. Before logging in or remote to the Terminal Server (TS),
 +  * Go to Start / All Programs / Accessories / right-click on Remote Desktop Connection
 +  * Expand / Click OPTIONS button
 +  * Switch to Local Resources Tab
 +  * Under Local Devices and Resources, check Printers & Clipboard, then click MORE button to enable more options
 +  * Check PORTS and Other plug and play devices
 +  * Then login in to the session
 +
 +To verify whether ports are being successfully forwarded from the local machine to the TS, you can execute Change Port /query on CMD
 +
 +{{::​query.jpg?​500|}}
 +
 +
 +**Syntax**
 +               ​change port {/query | portx=porty | /d porty}
 +
 +
 +Examples:
 +
 +These are examples of how to use the change port command to change and display COM port mappings:
 +
 +    To map COM12 to COM2, type the following line at a command prompt, and then press ENTER:
 +    change port com12=com2
 +    To display a list of current port mappings, type the following line at a command prompt, and then press ENTER:
 +    change port /query
 +    To delete the mapping for COM12, type the following line at a command prompt, and then press ENTER:
 +    change port /d com12
 +
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rdp_port_forwarding.txt ยท Last modified: 2014/04/03 16:22 by fgabiana