Administration Guide for Cisco Virtualization Experience Client 2111/2211 PCoIP Firmware Release 4.0.2
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Usage Examples

Usage Examples

This section provides detailed examples to help you determine how best to configure your own devices.

USB permissions example

This example shows the use of the USB Permissions web page. It shows how you can use the drop-down menus to authorize a specific class of IEEE-compatible bidirectional USB printers and a specific vendor/product ID.

This example outlines the steps to authorize a USB device by Class or by Device ID. The example assumes that the system already has Human Interface Devices (any Sub Class, Any Protocol) authorized.

Authorize USB device by class

To authorize a USB device by a class:
Procedure
    Step 1   Open the USB Permissions web page.
    Step 2   In the Authorization section, click Add new.
    Figure 1. USB Permissions Example: Class Authorization



    Step 3   When the entry fields expand, select Class from the Add New drop-down menu to authorize a class of devices.
    Figure 2. USB Permissions Example: Class Authorization



    Step 4   Select Printer from the Device Class drop-down menu to authorize a class of printers.
    Step 5   Select Printer from the Sub Class drop-down menu to authorize a specific class of printers (otherwise, the sub class and protocol could be left as Any).
    Step 6   Select the desired IEEE 1284.4-compatible bidirectional protocol from the Protocol drop-down menu.
    Step 7   Select Apply to save the changes to flash and complete the configuration.

    Authorize USB device by Vendor ID and Product ID

    To authorize a USB device by a vendor ID and product ID:
    Procedure
      Step 1   In the Authorization section, click Add new.
      Step 2   When the entry fields expand, select ID from the Add New drop-down menu to authorize a device by its vendor ID and product ID.
      Step 3   Enter the USB device vendor ID and product ID into the corresponding fields.
      Figure 3. USB Permissions Example: Entering Vendor ID and Product ID



      Step 4   Click Apply to save the changes to flash and complete the configuration.
      Figure 4. USB Permissions Example: Vendor ID and Product ID Authorization