FlexiHub detects and displays types of USB devices automatically thus making it easier for you to identify what device to connect or to restrict access to a specific device.
FlexiHub supports virtually all types of equipment connected to a computer via USB port. Any USB device can be redirected to a remote desktop session - printers, dongles, scanners, etc.
FlexiHub is capable of sending all traffic through its own Redirection Server, you don't especially need a public IP address for your computer which will be helpful when establishing a connection between the computers in the different sub-networks.
There is no need to install any USB drivers neither on your local machine nor on a remote computer. FlexiHub allows sharing USB to RemoteFX Remote Desktop without them.
FlexiHub can redirect USB devices on Linux as well as on Mac. Any combination of server and client can be used to access a USB device in a remote desktop session.
Say, you need to run a program that requires attaching a USB dongle while you are working in a virtual environment and you experience problems with RDP USB Redirection. There actually is a solution - FlexiHub makes it possible to access and use the functionality of USB devices when USB redirection over RDP protocol is not an option. The app is compatible with virtualization software such as VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V, and enables Citrix XenDesktop USB redirection.
Traffic compression during data transfer helps speed up interaction with certain types of devices. This may be useful for those USB devices that transfer data in an uncompressed format, like scanners. You can choose between best speed and best size traffic compression, depending on your needs.