I am a new customer, and have been using VirtualHere to share USB devices connected to a 2014 iMac 5k, running Windows 10 in Bootcamp, with a client connected via ethernet that's also running Windows 10.
I am seeing some odd behavior with a TrackIR v4; the device is sharing properly, but the performance seems to be slow. The status LED on the TrackIR camera is flashing when the device is being used on the client, and the tracking itself is a bit jagged/choppy. This does not happen locally, which seems to rule out a hardware issue with the TrackIR itself.
The server machine has an i7-4790K CPU @ 4.00GHz; the client is an i7-7700K CPU @ 4.20GHz. OS build is 19042.630 (20H2) on both sides. The server is using VirtualHere 4.2.0, the "vhusbdwindk64.exe" version, as the vhusbdwin64.exe version could not reliably share my joystick (X52 Pro). Both machines are connected via gigabit ethernet. I've tried disabling compression on VirtualHere, which had no effect. I've also tried changing the priority to high on both sides for the VirtualHere process, also to no effect.
Happy to upgrade to a TrackIR v5 if that's what's needed, but before I spend on it, wanted to see if I'm missing anything that would be helpful to improve performance here.