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How to block flash disk with application and device policy

Created: 03 Nov 2009 • Updated: 09 Sep 2010 | 17 comments
Fatih Teke's picture
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This video will demonstrate: 1) how to block all flash disk in a group, 2) block all except one flash disk in a group, and 3) create new group for managers and give access for all flash disks.

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Hear4U's picture

Fatih does a nice job of explaining how to block flash drives on this video.  Hope you enjoy!

Eric

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Aniket Amdekar's picture

Hi Fatih,

Great job in demonstrating the application and device control policies.

Best,
Aniket

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Vikram Kumar-SAV to SEP's picture

 Great Job Mate !!

Vikram Kumar

Symantec Consultant

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Fatih Teke's picture

Thank you very much. I do my best :)

 Everything works better when everything works together.

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Rafeeq's picture

I agree with hear4u,very much needed.

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Frank019's picture

Great job, thanks for the information

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Bekir's picture

awesome job. people need it indeed.

Best regards,
Bekir Burak Durmaz

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Nourbakhsh's picture

Hi Dear Fatih, Many thank's for Very Usefull Practical Training tha you Publish for Everybody who is using Symsntec A.V. on the World.

Is there anywhere on the Symantec Web Site, that gather such a Usefull Trainings ( Presentation / Document's ), that can easiely find & use for operational job to Solve Admin's Problems ?

Are Symantec Managers Thinking about Creating & Publishing such a Usefull & Easy to Use Training Videos for Customers free of Charge ? ofcourse just for Increasing their knowledge & Help them to Use, Better & effectiveness Using Symantec Product's such a A.V. ?

I'm sure that, there are lot's of Training Videos on Symantec Web Site, but Admin' don't know about their location ?! Specially those Admin's who are New to the Symantec Connect .

Many thank's & Best Regards, Jalal N.
Happy new Year to All Admin's too  :-)

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Sameh omer's picture

Thank You Fatih really its great job and all of symantec clients appreciate what u have done in this vedio.

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Fatih Teke's picture

I think to myself and i said very much people want to know how to block flash disk. therefore ı create this video :)
It's good to heard this video help people :)
and thanks for vote. :)

Regards.
Fatih

 Everything works better when everything works together.

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sprewell's picture

Hi how can i download the video. Do you have a link.. Kindly share because this video will help a lot. Thanks

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Hear4U's picture

You should be able to open the video from the top of this page.  Please confirm.

Eric

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AravindKM's picture

Nice video....

Please don't forget to mark your thread solved with whatever answer helped you : ) Thanks & Regards Aravind

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Sumit G's picture

Nice Video. :)

Regards

Sumit G.

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Rotin's picture

HI All,

Do you know how to exclude Users from USB blocking. I belive the video is how to exclude Managers PCs from USB block, but if that manager goes to different PC then the USB block will be still there.

 

Regards

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.Brian's picture

Switch to user mode

About user mode and computer mode

Switching a client between user mode and computer mode

Please click the "Mark as solution" link at bottom left on the post that best answers your question. This will benefit admins looking for a solution to the same problem.

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Rotin's picture

HI Brian,

could you please consider the following situation and please advice if possible to be achived:

 

SEMP

Group 1 = Clients in user mode = Policy allowing USB

Group 2 = Clients in computer mode = Policy for USB Block

TheManagers are in the first group, but they want to go to any PC in the Building and to have the policy allowing USB to follow them. So they go to PC which is in Group 2 and login on the domain and they cant use USB - that is what I am facing at the moment.

 

Is there a way to allow that usage per user login? Or all PC ( both groups ) need to go to user mode. Could that be achived without connecting to AD.

If all PC in user mode, then tracking PC is rather difficult. You are only tracking Users.

 

Please correct me if I am wrong. 

 

Regards

Rotin

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