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This article describles how to configure USB Redirection in a XenDesktop environment.

USB Devices not optimized for virtual channel support will fall back to the Generic USB virtual channel using raw USB redirection.

For XenApp per user audio redirection is supported, for each client user account receiver gpo has to be set for enabling audio through Generic USB.

Instructions

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USB Device Redirection Introduction

Generic USB redirection feature allows redirection of arbitrary USB devices from client machines to XenDesktop virtual desktops. With this feature, the end users have the ability to interact with a wide selection of generic USB devices in their XenDesktop session as if it had been physical plugged into it.

Generic USB redirection works at a low level and redirect USB request and response message between client machines and XenDesktop virtual desktop. It avoids the requirement for compatible device drivers on the client machine and the driver is expected to be supported on the virtual desktop only.

Generic USB Redirection Configuration

By default, USB redirection configuration is not enabled. To use it, USB redirection policy and specific redirection rules must be enabled and configured.

Enabling Generic USB Redirection

  1. Open Desktop Studio on XenDesktop server, click Start > All Programs > Citrix > Desktop Studio.

  2. Expand HDX Policy.

  3. Select Users.

  4. Click Edit > Settings.

  5. In the Policy console, scroll down to USB Devices.

  6. Click Add on Client USB device redirection.

  7. Select Allowed and click OK.

Creating USB Redirection Policy Rules

When the user tries to redirect USB device to Virtual Desktop, it is checked against each USB policy rules in turn until a match is found. The first match for any devices is considered final. If the first match is an Allow rule, the matched device is allowed to be redirected to the virtual desktop. If the first match is a Deny rule, the matched device is only available in the local desktop.

  1. Open Desktop Studio on XenDesktop server and click Start > All Programs > Citrix > Desktop Studio.

  2. Expand HDX Policy.

  3. Select Users.

  4. Click Edit > Settings.

  5. In the Policy console, scroll down to USB Devices.

  6. Click Add on Client USB device redirection rules.

  7. Select Use default value and click OK.

    You can find the default rules in the following registry in virtual desktop:

    Caution! Refer to the Disclaimer at the end of this article before using Registry Editor.

    HKLMSOFTWARECitrixPortICAGenericUSBDeviceRules for 32-bit OS

    Or

    HKLMSOFTWAREWow6432NodeCitrixPortICAGenericUSBDeviceRules for 64-bit OS

Creating Client USB device optimization rules

In XenApp and XenDesktop 7.6 FP3, the Client USB device optimization rules can be applied to devices to disable generic usb optimization for interrupt devices, or to change the optimization mode.

When a user plugs in a USB input device, the host checks if the device is allowed by the USB policy settings. If the device is allowed, the host then checks the Client USB device optimization rules for the device. If no rule is specified, then the device is handled as Interactive mode (02). Capture mode (04) is the recommended mode for signature devices.

For more details follow link.

Settings for Audio redirection of XenApp (per user )

For Server OS enable audio through Generic USB from client policy, supported from Receiver 4.5 and XenApp / XenDesktop 7.8

For enabling audio redirection for logged in user you must perform following steps:

  1. On Client copy receiver.admx from C:Program Files (x86)CitrixICA ClientConfiguration to C:WindowsPolicyDefinitions
    Note: For x86 Client instead of Program Files (x86) go to Program Files

  2. On Client copy receiver .adml from C:Program Files (x86)CitrixICA ClientConfigurationen-US to C:WindowsPolicyDefinitionsen-US
    Note: For x86 Client instead of Program Files (x86) go to Program Files

  3. On Client launch GPO by running gpedit.msc

  4. Go to ComputerConfiguration->Administrative Templates->Citrix Receiver->User experience and right click edit “Audio through Generic USB Redirection”

  5. Enable the policy and on client run gpupdate /force from command prompt

  6. Launch XenApp session and redirect the audio device .

Settings for Specific USB Devices

Besides generic USB redirection, XenDesktop provides optimized redirection methods for some specific USB devices. Some advanced functions such as, data compression is provided by these dedicated virtual channels:

USB Device Type

USB Class Code

Dedicated Virtual Channel

USB Redirection Default Setting

Audio device

01h

RAVE

Disabled

Video device

0Eh

RAVE

Disabled

Printer

07h

Printing

Disabled

Mass storage

08h

CDM

Disabled

Image device

06h

TWAIN

Disabled

Smart card

0Bh

Smart card

Disabled

HID ( keyboard )

03h ( Subclass code = 01, prot=01 )

Keyboard

Disabled ( not recommend using USB redirection for keyboard )

HID ( Mouse )

03h ( Subclass code = 01, prot=02 )

Thinwire

Disabled ( not recommend using USB redirection for mouse device )

Using the USB Device Rules Policy

  1. Open the Local Group Policy Editor and go to Administrative Templates > Citrix Components > Citrix Receiver > Remoting client devices > Generic USB Remoting.
  2. Open the USB Device Rules setting and enable the setting. Add the USB Device rule as in this example,
    The Allow: VID=1230 PID=0007 rule allows the device with Vendor ID 1230 and Product ID 0007:
    Note:Use the Allow: VID=xxxx PID=xxxx rule when a specific device must be on top of the device rules list.


Note: Refer to Hardware/Device property details to find the Vendor ID or a tool like USBVIEW or on the Receiver Toolbar, go to Devices > Manage Devices > and mouse over on any device as shown in the following figure:

  1. For Citrix Receiver 4.6 and lower, generally, the following USB Error appears when the device is in use on the endpoint. Identify the process using the device and kill it:

    “Device appears to be in use and cannot be attached. Close any…”

From Citrix Receiver 4.7 onwards, USB Error allows to forcefully redirect the device by clicking on Yes button

Workaround

Note: On Windows Receiver 3.0 version and later, there is a workaround to suppress the USB Error.

There is a registry setting available to force-redirect USB devices, even if a client-side application is using the device:

  1. Open HKLMSOFTWARECitrixICA ClientGenericUSB for 32-bit OS.

    Or

    HKLMSOFTWAREWow6432NodeCitrixICA ClientGenericUSB for 64-bit OS.

  2. Set REG_DWORD value EnableForceRestartForHID to 1.

Additional Resources

Citrix Documentation - Configure USB support

For information on USB devices tested with XenDesktop, see CTX123569 - XenDesktop USB Citrix Tested Device List.

Windows Setup Here


If you are using the new High Speed (HS) Cosecant or Crimson, you will need to load the
device drivers before proceeding to software installation.
It is best to use computers with Windows XP or newer when using any Asynchronous USB Device. Vista or Windows 7/ would be a best choice for any Asynchronous USB DAC.
When you plug in any of the USB DAC’s it will say that you are installing new hardware. It will ask you if you want to go to the internet for drivers or search locally. Search locally as all the available drivers for any of these DAC’s should be already installed in your operating system.
Start->Control Panels->Sound and Audio Devices (or Multimedia) and select as your audio output either {Brick, Cosecant or Crimson) or USB Composite Audio Device.



You may want to set the Sounds panel to no theme so that computer sounds will not go through your stereo system. If you are using a 24 bit DAC you can also set the default output sampling rate. Select the Cosecant or your dac and then do Configure and the Speaker Properties window will come up. Under Enhancements make sure all the enhancements are disabled. You can then goto the Advanced pane and select your output sampling rate for the system.
I suggest that if you are using Windows Media Player or iTunes on a PC that you upgrade to Vista. In XP and earlier operating systems (OS) the problem with these and other applications is the KMIXER. This part of the OS will alter the bits of songs and it will not sound as good.
If you are going to use iTunes on the PC and using Vista/7 then make sure to set the output stream to WASAPI. This is done by loading QuickTime (used for output stream of iTunes) and going to the preferences and setting Windows Audio Session.


If you are using XP or after the above then goto the Macintosh Setup page for information on the rest of the setup parameters for iTunes.
There are many good PC software choices. Many like
Foobar, WinampEAC, and we especially like J River Media Center. We feel the best all around program is J River so we will concentrate on getting that setup here.


We have had better and easier results with J River when used with Vista/7/8 and Direct Sound. But if you are using XP (SP2 or SP3 best) then you will have to bypass the KMIXER by use of an ASIO driver:
ASIO4ALL this free driver is easy to use and configure.
ASIO2KS this free driver is also very easy to use
ASIO USB Audio is 49 Euro’s and is suppose to be very good, but setup is a little weak.
Some people think that better than ASIO is to un-map the USB DAC device from the KMIXER. This is done as follows:

Go Control Panel =>Sounds and Audio Device => Select Hardware Tab => Select Drivers Salto Systems S.l USB devicesUSB Audio Device.

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Click Properties Button => Select Properties Tab => Click the “+” to the left of [+] Audio Devices that will pop down USB Audio Devices.
Select USBUSB Audio Devices and click Properties.
Check both Use audio features of this device and Do not map through this device.

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DevicesThat will map through the KMIXER without using ASIO.


J River Media Center Setup Here
Tools->Options->Encoding:


Select as the Encoder Uncompressed Wave as displayed above.
Tools->Options->CD & DVD:


To assure an error free rip of each track make sure you set the Copy Mode to Secure. This is very important or the tracks will be flawed and not sound very good. You can also set the speed to Max or something lower to make sure the tracks are correctly ripped.
Tools->Options->Playback:
If you are using Vista/7/8 is best option to use WASAPI/Exclusive Mode. If you are using XP or earlier operating system then ASIO is your best bet.


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In J River they offer allot of DSP stuff which is not good for high end sound. Make sure the eq, effects, volume leveling and Temp & Pitch settings are off. You can set the output prefernces here in this window.

Only use ASIO4ALL if you are running XP

Here we show the settings for ASIO4ALL with medium buffering. In the ASIO4ALL Off-Line Settings program you can fool with these options until you get the best sound.



Hardware Buffering on some machines does not work. Also make sure you have the Resample setting correctly set.

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J River ASIO Setup Page

Now you are ready to play and rip music. You can glance over the literature for setting up remotes and hand helds.
Remote Controls
There are many suggested remotes and handheld for J River and it’s best too look over the suggestions they have in their setup guide.
If you want more robust solution for
iTunes I suggest getting a Bluetooth Enabled device and the Salling Software Clicker. This gives you complete control to do just about anything with your computer. Keyspan also offers the TuneView remote that enables full control of your iTunes. With iTunes 7.7 and later both the iPhone and the iTouch remote access were introduced by Apple.
You can also control your PC via another computer using VNC. There are many ways to do this and it can be a bit complicated. A simple search of the internet or contact us and we can help you set this up.