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Can Windows Servers 2019 recognise Mobile phone device pass-through via RDP??

Hi,

I tried to pass-through a phone device to Windows Servers 2019 for Android studio testing on real phone.

It wasnt working at all whereas Windows 10 machine worked perfectly fine.

This makes me wonder if Windows Servers can recognise phone device at all (Not showed up in Device Manager)

Much appreciate for all the answers.


Thanks,
Cong

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learn2skills answered HoangCongHien-2470 commented

Hi @HoangCongHien-2470

Applies to: Windows Server 2022, Windows Server 2019, Android 7.0 and later

You can use the Remote Desktop client for Android to work with Windows apps and desktops directly from your Android device or a Chromebook that supports the Google Play Store.

Note-
The Android client supports devices running Android 6.0 and later, as well as Chromebooks with ChromeOS 53 and later.

Please refer the link install process
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/remote/remote-desktop-services/clients/remote-desktop-android



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Thanks Learn2skill,

This is for RDP from an android client to the servers.

But the issue I have is to connect the phone to the server as portable device type.
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Similar like in the photo is for Windows 10. It just does not showed up in Windows Servers.

Hope it clarifies my question

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