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Windows 7, Group Policy

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i have windows 7 standalone Os with all the software installed.
trying to block the all USB storage drives except authorized deivce to use.
i tried blocking through local group policy, but it is not success.
I see it block one USB permanently, other two USB ports preventing to install drives.
but if i plug same brand USB it install and works.
can you please help..
how to prevent all USB access except one/ two identical and registered to allow.

Skumar.
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