18.4. Audio Input

18.4.1. Enabling Audio Input on Windows 7 Enterprise

Audio input redirection connects the audio streams captured on a Sun Ray Client to a Windows session. When a user connects an analog audio input device (such as a microphone or headset) to a physical Sun Ray Client, the Windows connector automatically detects and redirects the audio stream to the user's Windows desktop. See Section 15.2, “USB Headsets” for details on using USB headsets.

Audio input through RDP is not supported for Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, so you must install the audio input Windows connector component. For Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008, audio input is automatically provided.

Audio input is disabled by default. You can enable audio input by using the following uttsc option:

-r soundin:[low|medium|high|off]

Audio input is not available through VPN connections.

18.4.1. Enabling Audio Input on Windows 7 Enterprise

Windows 7 Enterprise has audio capture disabled by default. Audio capture must be enabled for the audio input feature to work properly. To enable audio capture on Windows 7 Enterprise, see Microsoft knowledge article 2020918.