Network Attached Storage Devices

VirtualHere will turn your NAS into a USB server, now you can share USB devices that are plugged into your NAS. Most USB devices (including Multi-function Printers, scanners, webcams, disk drives, Security Dongles, USB Speakers, Fingerprint readers, USB to Serial converters and so on) are compatible and can be shared over the network to your users! No more compatibility problems or feature limitations with Multi-function printers or scanners, VirtualHere will enable your NAS to work with multi-function devices.

Version 3.2.4 (Changes)

QNAP

VirtualHere USB Server for QNAP is available in the QNAP App Center directly inside the QTS interface on your NAS, or you can download directly from here:

  1. Click the link above to download the file
  2. Bring up the QNAP Web Interface
  3. Click App Center
  4. Click Install Manually
  5. Click Browse and select the file downloaded previously
  6. Click Install
SYNOLOGY

VirtualHere is now in the Synology Package Center, so its available directly inside the DSM when browsing available packages under the "All" category.

Or you can download the latest build from here and manually install:

If you are using DSM 5.1 or later - in the DSM Package Center check -> Settings -> Trust Level -> Any Publisher

  1. Bring up the DSM Web Interface and click Package Center
  2. Click Manual Install
  3. Click Choose File
  4. Select the file downloaded previously and follow the onscreen prompts.
Netgear ReadyNAS

VirtualHere USB Server for ReadyNAS is available directly inside the ReadyNAS App section of your NAS. Alternatively you can download the server directly from here:

  1. Bring up the ReadyNAS web interface
  2. Click Apps
  3. Click Upload
  4. Click Browse and select the file downloaded above
  5. Click Upload

After approximately 10 seconds the server will be installed and started. Click the Refresh button to see the server in the installed apps page

ASUSTOR

VirtualHere USB Server for ASUStor is available directly inside App Central in the ADM interface, or you can download the server directly from here:

  1. Bring up the ADM web interface
  2. Click Apps Central
  3. Click Manual Install
  4. Click Browse and select the file downloaded above
  5. Click Upload

After approximately 10 seconds the server will be installed and started.

See the FAQ here

Dont forget to download the client

The trial version of the server will allow you to share 1 device for 10 days. If you find the software useful and want to share more devices, please purchase a license here