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Control USB Ports on Win XP & 7 Workstations

Posted on 2013-06-19
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Is there a way I can enable/disable USB port usage?  I would like to prevent employees from connecting USB drives to my computers?

I have 300 employees using a mix of Windows XP & 7 computers.
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