To make it easier for you to purchase our products, all orders are processed by share-it!, the global e-commerce provider.
As a corporate client, you can generally order using a purchase order. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept purchase orders from private customers.
Please mail or fax to share-it! your official order on company letterhead. Please include the following information so we can process your order more quickly:
If you include all of the required information, your order can be processed immediately by share-it! customer service team.
9625 West 76th Street, Suite 150
Eden Prairie, MN 55344, USA
+1 952 646-5747 (for calls from outside the U.S.)
+1 800 903-4152 (for calls within the U.S.)
+1 952 646-4552
Languages: German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
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Vogelsanger Str. 78
50823 Cologne, Germany
+49 221 31088-20
+49 221 31088-29
As a licensed user you obtain the right to download free software updates within 12 months from the date of your purchase. This includes both minor and major updates.
After this period expires you can either continue using your last updated version for unlimited time, or renew your Update Subscription. Once you renew it, you'll be able to use newer versions and software updates that are released within the specified period of time.
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NewsMarch 31, 2015
Scanner for Remote Desktop 1.4.10 has been released. Overall performance has been improved. Issue with TWAIN scanners on Windows Server 2008 R2 has been fixed.March 5, 2015
Network Serial Port Kit 5.8.5 Beta has been released. Issue with adding a firewall exception has been fixed. An installer error and several other small bugs have been fixed. Drivers are now digitally signed by WHQL.February 13, 2015
Scanner for Remote Desktop has been updated to version 126.96.36.199. Overall stability has been improved.January 30, 2015
Serial Port Redirector 2.6.4 Beta has been released. Minor bugs were fixed. Support of Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 was added. Drivers are now digitally signed by WHQL.