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Daniel J Shapiro, Jonathan T Grudin, Chris J Guzak, Gavin Jancke, Chad L Magendanz, Brian R Meyers, Michael G Tricker: Method and system for providing a peripheral service to a host computing device. Microsoft Corporation, Banner & Witcoff, May 9, 2006: US07043572 (13 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method for one computing device (the “provider”) to provide peripheral services to another device (the “host”). A user directly runs the host. The host accesses the provider as if the provider were a set of peripheral devices attached to the host. In this way, the host and provider be ...


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Daniel J Shapiro, Jonathan T Grudin, Chris J Guzak, Gavin Jancke, Chad L Magendanz, Brian R Meyers, Michael G Tricker: Method and system for providing a peripheral service to a host computing device. Microsoft Corporation, Banner & Witcoff, April 17, 2007: US07206868 (2 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method for one computing device (the “provider”) to provide peripheral services to another device (the “host”). A user directly runs the host. The host accesses the provider as if the provider were a set of peripheral devices attached to the host. In this way, the host and provider be ...


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Daniel J Shapiro, Jonathan T Grudin, Chris J Guzak, Gavin Jancke, Chad L Magendanz, Brian R Meyers, Michael G Tricker: Method and system for providing a peripheral service to a host computing device. Microsoft Corporation, Banner & Witcoff, Attorneys For Client Nos 003797 & 013797, June 8, 2006: US20060123144-A1

Disclosed is a method for one computing device (the “provider”) to provide peripheral services to another device (the “host”). A user directly runs the host. The host accesses the provider as if the provider were a set of peripheral devices attached to the host. In this way, the host and provider be ...


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Daniel J Shapiro, Jonathan T Grudin, Chris J Guzak, Gavin Jancke, Chad L Magendanz, Brian R Meyers, Michael G Tricker: Method and system for providing a peripheral service to a host computing device. Microsoft Corporation, Leydig Voit & Mayer, December 9, 2004: US20040249994-A1

Disclosed is a method for one computing device (the “provider”) to provide peripheral services to another device (the “host”). A user directly runs the host. The host accesses the provider as if the provider were a set of peripheral devices attached to the host. In this way, the host and provider be ...