jalbrecht
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Virtual com ports on Surface Pro 4

Tue Feb 07, 2017 11:06 pm

On a Surface Pro 4 (Windows 10) I am trying to create a virtual com port as output from GPSGate Splitter. The status always shows 1 client connected even though I have no software clients running. Once I start a client, the software sees the com port, but access is denied. I have turned off secure boot in the UEFI and still no luck. As a test I implemented the same scenario on a Windows 10 laptop and it works as expected. Has anyone seen this issue on the Surface Pro? Is this a hardware limitation?

Thank you

mike.thompson@pcso
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Re: Virtual com ports on Surface Pro 4

Thu Jul 26, 2018 1:38 am

We've seen a similar issue. Have you had any luck on this?

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