Im trying to get the USB/Smartcard (Datev Smartcard Reader) redirected to my Windows Server 2019 Remote Desktop Service from my Fedora 31 machine. I tried
xfreerdp but none of them are showing the results im looking for.
What have i tried:
- I installed
opensc ccid pcsc-lite pcsc-toolsand started the pcscd service in order to get it working in fedora. (Even if i think this is not necessary because its a Smartcard Reader not the smartcard)
- I tried to redirect it with
rdesktopwith the following commands:
rdesktop -u $USER -d WINDOWS -r scard rds.my.tld, here the conecction got stuck in the windows login screen. When i removed the
-r scardeverything worked well so there must be a problem with this switch somehow.
I tried to redirect it with
xfreerdpwith the following commands:
xfreerdp -d WINDOWS -u $USER /usb:dbg,dev:VENDOOR:DEVICE rds.my.tdl
xfreerdp -d WINDOWS -u $USER /usb:rules:allow rds.my.tdl
xfreerdp -d WINDOWS -u $USER /usb:auto rds.my.tdl
xfreerdp -d WINDOWS -u $USER /usb:VENDOOR:DEVICE rds.my.tdl
xfreerdp -d WINDOWS -u $USER /smartcard rds.my.tdl
xfreerdp every session worked well but no device was visible anywhere. scardsvr on Windows is enabled and started. I installed all datev tools to make sure drivers are correctly installed. And even tried a normal usb data stick. That did not work too. I have no clue anymore. Am i missing something in windows?
# xfreerdp --version This is FreeRDP version 2.0.0-dev5 (n/a) # rdesktop --version Version 1.9.0. Copyright (C) 1999-2016 Matthew Chapman et al.