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MS9520 serial connected to the terminal - does not send keys to the terminal server

MS9520 connected to COM1 is working properly at the workstation, using Softwedge. Keys sent are seen in Notepad. But when I login to the terminal server, keys are not sent. In the terminal connection configuration dialog "serial ports" is checked. In the session client port is seen as TS033 (MyPC:COM1). Please give me a hint, how should I configure the scanner.

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Ok this is an old questions, but I had a similar problem recently. I found that I had to install Softwedge on the Remote computer.

I was trying to use the scanner over remote desktop. Remote dektop needs to have serial communication enabled. The computer that you are connecting to via RDP needs to have softwedge installed.

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