Hi I am looking to test the Universal Scanning application however I am unsure if the assumptions made in the setup of the enviroment are incorrect. Our setup consists of 2X load balancer installed on 2 gateway servers (master/backup mode) to load balance connections to 4 Windows 2003 R2 terminal servers (32bit). We also publish specific server desktops as well as load balance. The client setup appears really simple. We have installed a Fujitsu fi-5120c scanner via USB to a client system with Fujitsu twain drivers 9.21.720.0 The 2X client (v8b829) has been set to use the Fi-5120c scanner. We have published both a specified desktop for one of our terminal server TS3. Universal scanning support is enabled on all of the servers however under Scanning Applications I assume you have to navigate via an admin share to the Terminal server that has the application installed and add the application that way (as the application does not exist on the gateway system that has the 2X console installed). The issue is that none of the applications can see/list any scanners as being installed (regardless if we run from the published desktop or if the application is published via the 2X gateway). As a test we have tried MSPAINT, MSPSCAN (part of office2003), GIMPPortable. Ultimately the application we are hoping to use is INVU (although this may not be mainstream). It maybe that the FI-5120C scanners do not work with the 2X application. Is there an easy way to test / verify the setup (it maybe an idea to create a simple test app that will verify universal scanning redirection on the terminal server). I note that under scanners and cameras on the publish desktop no devices are listed. Any advice or suggestions would be greatly welcomed.