As I understand it, virtualhere is allowed to be used to connect one USB device free of charge. To connect more than one device the Raspberry Pi cost is $29 per unit.
I haven't bought our licenses yet as we are still installing our Raspberry Pi Thin Clients. One thing I've noticed in my testing though is whenever our windows client connects to the virtualhere server on our Raspberry Pi, we receive a popup message that virtualhere is in trialmode.
For those workstations that only require one USB device, what will get rid of this popup message? I'm not in violation of the licensing since I am only using one USB device. Is there a way to remove this popup?
How does the virtualhere software know when a USB connected device is not a keyboard or mouse? I use a KVM switch to give me a keyobard, mouse and monitor to my Raspberry Pi. I've then connected (for testing) various usb devices (printer, USB key drives). Does Virtualhere then think I have two usb devices connected (3 actually in my test situation) and throw up this pop message because I'm in violation of your licensing?