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Has anybody had experience syncing a Blackberry over Terminal Services?
The database containing addresses and calendar information is located on the server. Our users connect to the server via terminal services. We want the users to connect their blackberries to their local machines with the USB cable. Then upon connection to the server via terminal services, we want the Blackberry to be recognized as a local device on the server. As a result, we will be able to sync the blackberry with the database located on the server. Can this be done?
Right now, the blackberry is only being recognized as a network drive on the server. The RDP client has checked off to redirect all drives and plugnplay devices to the server. What we need is for the Blackberry to be recognized as a local USB device on the server, even though in reality it is physically connected to the client machine.
Blackberry Desktop Manager shall be installed on the server only, and accessed via terminal services. The only 2 connection options for the desktop manager are "USB" and "COM". Unfortunately there is no "network drive" option. Consequently, we need the Blackberry to be recognized as a local device on the server, so the Desktop Manager will switch into the "connected" status.
I have tried third party "USB Redirectors" with no luck.
ANY SUGGESTIONS OR HELP IS MUCH APPRECIATED. THANKS!