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USB restriction/ USB file size copy restriction

Posted on 2011-02-10
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I want to restrict Access of USB on some Windows 2003 server Clients.
Also I want to restrict the allowed USB users able to copy only size 10 MB
to their system
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For restricting USB access you may use this article: HOWTO: Use Group Policy to disable USB, CD-ROM, Floppy Disk and LS-120 drivers but for restricting the file size copy I don't think you can do it... maybe just using some third party tools but for this part I don't know if they even exist...
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