We had purchase Device Control package of DLP. Installation and DLP agent deployment to target computer ( test client) is finished.
I would like to know where can i find a simple to undestand guide on how to create device blocking rule. I have tried but i can't even block a single USB on the target computer. By the way we are not using AD. We plan to make a computer device rule/policy only.
You needs to create a new device definition (in dlp policy - EPO extension). - Reaction rule (monitor, notify and block) associated to device definition - Apply to epo In EPO4, policy catalog-> edit dlp default policy (check online user and local user) In systems tree asign this policy to machine.
I made a very simply policy to block a USB with Device Instance ID USB\VID_0718&PID_0432\07840C2B09E1
Reaction rule: (Block, Monitor, Notify) Device Definition: Device Instace ID: USB\VID_0718&PID_0432\07840C2B09E1 Bus Type : USB Device Rule: Include (Block, Monitor, Notify) Apply to ePO => No error Policy catalog-> edit dlp default policy (check online user and local user)
1) I have check the port no 43000 thru telnet. 2) SMC.opg date/time stamp is the same with the DLP Monitor report, meaning its deployment is succesfull.
Why not working!? it made me crazy.. Some one pls help. Thanks!
Check in dlp policy "policy assignment". What user groups appears? If you don´t configure this assignment group (blank), policy should affect/apply to all local users machine. If Active Directory exists in your environment, you need to configure A.D users in DLP Policy. -Check device definitions, If you need to block usb mass storage, Mcafee recommends "removable mass storage definition" with your options it should works. - In DLP agent you can configure DLP agent log & debug options.
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