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Created: 20 Apr 2013 • Updated: 20 Apr 2013 | 3 comments
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How to block ESATA?

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.Brian's picture

Use DevViewer to obtain the device ID of the drive

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Darshan G. Parab's picture

Hi Brian,

Thanks for prompt response. Will this device id be generic or specific to that particular hardware device????

Also I feel that blocking devices using Class ID is more proper than blocking by Device ID.. So I'm more interested in getting Class ID rather than Device ID..

Darshan G. Parab's picture

Did a bit of research and found that the only way to block eSATA isa to block SATA itself.. I guess found my answer.. Thanks for the help.. :)