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Old 04-14-2012, 02:10 AM
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I have a customer with a new setup of Server 2008 R2 running remote desktop, other than some expensive software are there any options for getting scanning to work with remotely with a local (USB) scanner (Canon MF4570dw I believe) attached to a workstation.
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Scan whatever locally and then transfer the file via remote desktop is probably your only option.
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http://www.ambir.com/ScanLink-Pro .... around $99 Works great.
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http://www.ambir.com/ScanLink-Pro .... around $99 Works great.
that looks promising and is very well priced
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