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DLPE Rule for PS/2 Mice and Keyboards

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Hello guys, I am trying to collect information, device instance paths of ps/2 mice and keyboards, from PCs' with a dlpe rule. But, until now, I was unsuccessful. Has anyone had any experience before? Could you please give me some tips and advices? Thanks.

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Re: DLPE Rule for PS/2 Mice and Keyboards

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I was trying to get an asset list of ps/2 mice and keyboards. Anyway, I have blocked usb keyboards and mice except customer's vid/pid list. And, I have excluded all the ps/2 mice and keyboards.

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Re: DLPE Rule for PS/2 Mice and Keyboards

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We could probably get DLP to report/trigger on these devices but I honestly don't see any good coming from this scenario.  They should be detected as human interface devices (HID) - DLP whitelists those to avoid issues with preventing users from being able to interact with the system etc.   What are you trying to accomplish with having DLP track these ps/2 devices?

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I was trying to get an asset list of ps/2 mice and keyboards. Anyway, I have blocked usb keyboards and mice except customer's vid/pid list. And, I have excluded all the ps/2 mice and keyboards.

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