Greetings. I have a licensed copy of VirtualHere Server 4.3.2-1432 running on a Synology DS120j using DSM version 7.0.1-42218 Update 2. This NAS has two USB ports, and I have two identical 1080p webcams with IR night vision plugged into the NAS. On the client side, I am running a Dell workstation with a Core i7-2120 (older, but still capable), 8GB RAM and gigabit ethernet with Windows 10 Home 21H2 64-bit. All current system and security updates as of April 2022 are installed on the workstation. On the workstation, I am running the VirtualHere Client version 5.3.2 64-bit installed as a service. Both cameras show up in the client as "in use by you", and they both show up in Device Manager under the VirtualHere USB host controller. I am attempting to use the cameras with the security DVR program iSpy version 18.104.22.168 64-bit. However, it is not allowing me to use both cameras simultaneously. I can use either one or the other, but not both. In addition, while VirtualHere is running, the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon keeps rapidly and repeatedly appearing and disappearing in the system tray. The only error I'm finding so far are entries from VirtualHere in the Event Log that simply say "Incorrect function".
Both the NAS and workstation are currently connected to the same 16-port gigabit ethernet switch. I have tried disabling the Windows firewall, but with no effect. I have tried plugging the cameras into a powered USB 3.0 hub in case it was lack of power, but again no help. No matter what I try, I just simply cannot get both cameras working simultaneously through VirtualHere.
I already know for a fact that iSpy can use both cameras simultaneously when they are plugged directly into the workstation, so it is not a problem with iSpy. but the workstation is going to be moved to a different location, thus my desire to use VirtualHere with the cameras.
Any ideas as to how I can remedy this? I appreciate any assistance that you can provide regarding this issue.