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Redirect OPOS devices

Posted: Tue Oct 31, 2017 11:46 am
by brunoSUCH
Good morning,

i trying do this:

Connect to my raspberry:

Epson T20 with cash drawer;
Client display to show prices;
Monitor with touch-screen;
Card Reader;

Now i have working:
Monitor with touch-screen;
Client Display to show Prices;
Card Reader.

My config file is:

now i need to redirect printer with cash drawer, because my software only uses the OPOS devices...
If i try to open cash drawer give me a error.

Anyone could help?

Re: Redirect OPOS devices

Posted: Tue Oct 31, 2017 8:54 pm
by akatik
About printer redirection:

Which port does cash drawer use?

Try to redirect all this stuff over RDP from windows machine with mstsc.exe and tell me (and show screenshots) how are you doing it.

Re: Redirect OPOS devices

Posted: Tue Nov 07, 2017 8:09 pm
by brunoSUCH

The cash drawer is connected to printer.
If i print from windows, it open cash correctly, but, using the "OPOS" doesnt do anything, no printing, no cash drawer...

Over RDP i couldn't redirect Printer TM-T20

I could only put the printer working locally, using mstsc.exe i dont know redirect OPOS devices...

If you want i could share remote connection to you!

now i have a windows virtual machine with POS software server (Navision - LSRetail)
It's use the OPOS devices.
My objective is put the raspberry client (terminal in kitchen, connected to server (Windows with Navision-LSRetail), with TouchScreen (now fully working) and one printer TM-T20 connected to raspberry and the cash drawer connected to printer...

I've "googled" and i saw this:
Please see this: ... printer-in

After install SetupOPOS.exe,add printer,select printer, put the IP of raspberry, click on "Check Health Interactive" and dont work ...
maybe it's a bad configuration or redirect usb devices... i dont know...

Re: Redirect OPOS devices

Posted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 6:02 pm
by akatik
brunoSUCH wrote:...using mstsc.exe i dont know redirect OPOS devices...
But you should. Google may help you with mstsc.exe, not with wtware. Go to wtware after you redirect it with mstsc.exe and understand how its works.