Software developers want to secure their products from copying; to that end, they introduce dongles. Users want just the opposite – to make using the software as simple and convenient as possible, no extra security layers or tricks, please.
I hear both sides and there is one thing I can tell you:
If we can’t avoid using dongles, we need to simplify working with them to the max. In this article, I’ll tell you how to share USB dongle over the network, what dongles are and how to duplicate a dongle.
To share dongles you need convenient software, our solution is Donglify. Moreover, USB dongle sharing software can greatly extend the benefits of using the device. Some of the advantages that can be achieved when you share a USB dongle over a network include:
Here is a simple guide on USB dongle sharing over network:
And that’s all you need to do to share a USB dongle over the network.
That’s it! You can clone USB dongle and use it as if it is attached to your machine directly.
A free version of Donglify allows you to send the invites for connection to other users, which is very convenient if you have no opportunity to connect any remote HASP USB key or any other device by yourself. Also, you can always test a paid subscription for free for 30 days.
It is illegal to crack and duplicate hardware key, and please do not bother even googling this topic. Software solutions that claim to backup dongles are actually emulators, crackers. Do not use such software, if you don’t want any legal issues. The software solutions above will help to share dongle without breaking any policy and will help to provide secure access to the dongle. They work as a dongle sharing hub but doesn’t require any additional hardware or software tools. You may easily share USB dongle between two computers just after sign in to your Donglify account.
However, there is a way to go about it.
Check out software for USB dongles sharing, it provides you with a fast, safe and legal way to share a single device between two computers.
Donglify can also be useful if you are working with a shared HASP. You can access the dongle without making any configuration changes to your computer.