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ruediger Newcomer 2 posts since
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Nov 23, 2012 3:42 AM

DLP 9.2 - can't define device exceptions because no valid device serial number?

Hi all,

 

in DLP Device Control i have configured a storage device rule for blocking usb storage devices.

 

I've configured following parameters:

 

bus type: USB

Filesystem type: exfat, fat, fat16, fat32, NTFS

 

This works fine.

 

Now i want to configure exceptions for some devices.

Usually i use the serial number of the device for the DLP device definition.

 

This works fine also.

 

The problem is now - some devices have no valid device serial numbers because

they contains some &'s and so on.

I've tryed using the device-instance-id and device name and others but no success result.

Anyway, the devices which i want to permit are no junk-devices like cheap usb sticks or so.

There are expensive dictation devices for example.

 

Is that somehow manageable now??

 

Maybe you can help me

 

Thanks

 

Ruediger

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