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Display USB Drive Physical and Logical Mapping - Limited user account in XP

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I am looking for a way to get a listing of both physical and logical addresses of USB devices attached to my computer. The main drawback is that the solution must work with a limited user account in XP
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does disk maanger show the drive.

have you tried running winmsd/ sysinfo32  in report mode and extracting from the text file ?

 
I hope this helps !
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Yes, but it does not provide the physical ID of the USB disk.

Thanks anyway.
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