You can use keyboards, displays, microphones, and other external devices with remote desktops and published applications. Monitors and Screen ResolutionYou can extend a remote desktop or published application to multiple monitors. If you have a high-resolution monitor, you can see the remote desktop or published application in full resolution. Use USB Redirection to Connect USB DevicesWith the USB redirection feature, you can use locally attached USB devices, such as thumb flash drives, in a remote desktop or published application. Printing From a Remote Desktop or Published ApplicationYou can print to a network printer or a locally attached printer from a remote desktop or published application. Using ScannersWith the scanner redirection feature, you can scan information into remote desktops and published applications with scanners that are connected to the local client system. This feature redirects scanning data with a significantly lower bandwidth than can be achieved by using USB redirection. Using the Real-Time Audio-Video Feature for Webcams and MicrophonesWith the Real-Time Audio-Video feature, you can use the local client system's webcam or microphone in a remote desktop or published application. Real-Time Audio-Video is compatible with standard conferencing applications and browser-based video applications. It supports standard webcams, audio USB devices, and analog audio input. Using Serial Port RedirectionWith serial port redirection, you can redirect locally connected serial (COM) ports, such as built-in RS232 ports and USB-to-serial adapters. Devices such as printers, bar code readers, and other serial devices can be connected to these ports and used in remote desktops. Improve Mouse Performance in a Remote DesktopIf you use the VMware Blast display protocol or the PCoIP display protocol when using 3D applications in a remote desktop, mouse performance improves when you enable the relative mouse feature.