Sooner or later you’ll surely need to access USB in a virtual machine. There is a way to go around it – using an advanced software solution.
FlexiHub will help you redirect USB to a virtual machine and enable you to access and manage physical ports of host OS without compromise.
Anyone out there who never heard of virtualization and virtual machines and servers? Perhaps not. Most of us at some point of time made use of benefits offered by virtualization technologies. Running multiple operating systems in parallel on the same hardware has a lot of advantages – apart from cost savings, it helps you automate processes and be more flexible in managing limited IT-resources.
However, virtualization also has certain issues that you will have to go about somehow – one of them is struggling to access USB devices from VM as VMWare or Microsoft Hyper-V, for example, have limited support for USB passthrough.
If you work in a virtual environment rather often, FlexiHub is one of those solutions that will make your life much easier. It is so compact it hardly has any impact on the performance of your machine. The interface is minimalistic - all USB devices are displayed in your account accessible to you on registration. And it is really easy-to-use.
✓ FlexiHub is compatible with a large number of virtualization apps – VMWare Workstation and ESXi, VirtualBox, Citrix XenDesktop, Microsoft Hyper-V, etc. Once you create a FlexiHub account, you can access your USB devices in virtual machines created by any of these software.
✓ FlexiHub works across platforms, i.e. it supports Mac, Linux, Windows and Android.
✓ FlexiHub detects and recognizes devices connected to your host OS as if they were connected directly to your virtual machine. No additional settings required.
✓ Your virtual machine can access USB ports not only of your host OS but remote computers that have FlexiHub installed, as long as you are logged in there.
✓ FlexiHub allows you to pass through as many USB devices as you need while working in the VM.