Unable to connect device

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Augur21
Unable to connect device

I use a Shadow cloud PC, and I am trying to connect a TrackIR system to it. I have read through the forums to find out how to get it to work, and they all point me toward this service. I have installed the server on my local, the client on my Shadow and the VM software to connect it all. I can get the hub to pick up on the Shadow, but I keep getting this error,
"Error 2 installing drivers, the system cannot find the file specified."
The log for the client shows " INFO :No drivers found, they will be installed
2021-03-19 09:03:32 INFO :SetupDiEnumDeviceInterfaces failed
2021-03-19 09:03:32 ERROR :Hub failed to open error, No more data is available. (0x00000103)"

The server side shows this error, " ERROR :Error The I/O operation has been aborted because of either a thread exit or an application request. (0x000003e3) getting basic config 1 descriptor from hub node (maybe device is stuck, try replugging device on port 4)
2021-03-19 08:46:42 INFO :Unmanaging device 4 [131d:0159]
2021-03-19 08:46:45 ERROR :Error The I/O operation has been aborted because of either a thread exit or an application request. (0x000003e3) getting basic config 1 descriptor from hub node (maybe device is stuck, try replugging device on port 4)
2021-03-19 08:46:45 INFO :Found Full speed device [131d:0159] "0x131d, 0x0159" at address 4
2021-03-19 08:46:53 ERROR :Error The I/O operation has been aborted because of either a thread exit or an application request. (0x000003e3) getting basic config 1 descriptor from hub node (maybe device is stuck, try replugging device on port 4)"

I'll be very honest, when it comes to things like this, I'm really good with plug-and-play, but all of this server stuff is beyond me, but if there is a fix I can do with good instructions, I'm ok with that too.

Michael
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The trackir doesnt work very well via virtualhere e.g https://www.virtualhere.com/content/trackir-v4-performance-windows-10-et... because it not really optimized for network comms.

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