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These virtual devices can read, write (providing the property is not read only) and boot, which are similar with
any other CD-ROMs or floppies in the remote system. But only when certain media redirections are active,
these virtual devices are available in the remote operating system or BIOS setting menu. The setting is valid
after remote system reset or it is power-on or power-off. These devices will not disappear from the remote
system until the relevant check boxes in the remote console window are cleared.
Note: This kind of virtual devices are not limited to the normal size of floppy or CD-ROM. They can be as
large as the redirecting devices or files. During the installation of remote operating system (the floppy drivers
may be required), the USB Key Drivers can be redirected to the virtual floppy devices (rather than the USB
devices) in order to allow loading the custom device drivers.
Status bar of the remote console
The status bar at the bottom of the remote console is used to indicate the status of the remote console.
When browsing the menu options, this status bar will automatically show the details of all options.
Remote console (KVM) operation