From this point forward, the camera will be displayed in the Device Manager of your remote computer like it was plugged directly into that PC. So, now you can use any specialized software to remotely control the security camera as though it was your local device.
Top Benefits of the utility:
USB Network Gate supports cross-platform connectivity. This means you can connect your camera to a PC and access it from a Mac and vice versa. Also, the software works well on Linux and Android platforms.
If your server computer is not connected to the Internet, you can share your security camera over LAN. USB Network Gate seems to be a perfect solution to this. The app will not only share your USB security camera across LAN or WiFi but let you redirect USB traffic over RDP or the Citrix protocol to any remote computer.
USB Network Gate offers a handy device isolation feature. This is especially useful for USB devices like security cameras. With USB Network Gate you can grant access rights to a specific Microsoft user account or Remote Desktop session. Find quick guides on how to effectively isolate USB device on Window OS and in Remote Desktop session.