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Windows 7: Need Block to FLASH USB.

24 Jun 2010   #1

Windows Seven 32Bit
Need Block to FLASH USB.

Dear Experts,

I need software for block flash usb drive connectivity on computer whenever I need or no need.Is it possible no any user can't connect own usb on any usb port???

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24 Jun 2010   #2


yap..that's possible.
just used lock usb port. Registry Hack to Disable Writing to USB Drives - How-To Geek
or you can play with registry.
but i'm not sure if windows 7 store is same with windows xp.
if windows xp. i just go to the command prompt. then C:\inf
then change the usbstor.inf, usb.inf and usb.pnf
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24 Jun 2010   #3

Windows 7 & Windows Vista Ultimate

Hi, arshadmahmood.

On Windows 7, the AutoRun feature of AutoPlay is disabled by default for external drives. See the following tutorial for additional information: AutoPlay - Enable or Disable AutoRun - Windows 7 Forums
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