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Can the USB Device Be Made Read-Only?

Created: Apr 23, 2020 11:54:33Latest reply: Nov 18, 2021 05:36:43 702 4 0 0 0
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Hello, everyone!

We have some TCs, so I want to know some information about TC.

Can the USB device be made read-only? How can the USB flash drives drives and USB hard disks be disabled when the USB key is uncontrolled?

Please help me, thanks in advance!

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olive.zhao
Admin Created Apr 23, 2020 12:00:08

Hello, dear!

Have a nice day!

The USB device can be made read-only by performing settings in USB Storage Device Management with the TSM USB registration feature. In the HDC server strategy settings, enable or disable unidirectional or bidirectional USB control, and set Read-only.

There are two methods to disable USB flash drives and USB hard disks when the USB Key is uncontrolled: Enable or disable user access to USB devices based on the access control policies preset by the administrator, and record logs about user access to USB devices.

Perform customized deployment on the TC. The TC identifies USB types and determines whether to permit the access of the USB devices.

Hope can help you!

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Unicef
Unicef MVE Created Apr 23, 2020 11:58:36

U mean FusionAccess Desktop management?
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olive.zhao
olive.zhao Admin Created Apr 23, 2020 12:00:08

Hello, dear!

Have a nice day!

The USB device can be made read-only by performing settings in USB Storage Device Management with the TSM USB registration feature. In the HDC server strategy settings, enable or disable unidirectional or bidirectional USB control, and set Read-only.

There are two methods to disable USB flash drives and USB hard disks when the USB Key is uncontrolled: Enable or disable user access to USB devices based on the access control policies preset by the administrator, and record logs about user access to USB devices.

Perform customized deployment on the TC. The TC identifies USB types and determines whether to permit the access of the USB devices.

Hope can help you!

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BAZ
BAZ MVE Author Created Aug 9, 2021 15:19:10

Useful
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futurework
futurework Created Nov 18, 2021 05:36:43

THANKS
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