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Domain policy setting to block removable media

Posted on 2007-10-21
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Last Modified: 2008-11-01
I'm trying to find out if there is a way on a Windows 2003 server (SP2) with Windows XP workstations to block access to removable media to specific users through a policy setting.  I also would like to log any attempts.
Question by:AverygeJoe
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Jay_Jay70 earned 1000 total points
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yeh there is settings on Gpo but also one thing sets off is the user permission if you do not have permission then i wont be possible anywayz

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