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iphone charging

Created: 21 Jul 2010 • Updated: 30 Aug 2010 | 7 comments
Jedi_B's picture
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Hello.

I'd like to be able to block the services/the device exe'.s that Apple's device rely on so far, i've found the following.

mDNSResponder
Bonjour Service

any others i can restrict from running that will prevent the device from being connected to be charged?

Thanks, i was considering a GPO, but would like less GPO, and more SEPM help

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Jedi_B's picture

Thanks, will use the dev viewer and add this to the decice control list.

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PrimeInc's picture

You said you want to block users from charging their iPhone via USB.   Is that even possible?    We disable USB in the BIOS on 99% of our machines, yet they still allow charging.     We have people plug in iPhones, MP3 Players, etc for charging even with USB disabled at the BIOS level.

Jedi_B's picture

Well, if i get the device id for an iPad or iPhone, and use it to force SEP to block the device, surely it won't charge, or i can also use SEP to prevent the iPodService.exe from running?

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Rafeeq's picture

blocking by device ID seems to be a good option.

riva11's picture

As PrimeInc replied , the BIOS settings doesn't have effect on hardware side,so that USB devices will be charged without any problem.

Jedi_B's picture

Thanks for all your replies, i'm going to test today with my own ipad & iphone & post the results.

(had an air con failure today eek, so priorties first )

MCSA 2003. MCP.MCTS.MCITP. Symantec Certified Specialist.