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With remote desktop USB redirection, users can connect peripheral devices such as keyboards and mice to their local machines and run them on their virtual desktops.
With USB redirection, a user plugs a USB-based device into a computer, and the organization's VDI software recognizes the device and connects it to the user's virtual desktop. USB redirection makes the virtual desktop user experience closer to that of a physical PC by allowing users to work with peripherals such as scanners, printers and styluses plugged directly into their endpoints.
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