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USB Disabler 2.0

Take control of your network, and prevent unauthorized use of USB flash drives. USB Disabler Pro allows you to pick specific users and grant or deny

Prevent unauthorized flash drive, and memory stick access

Worried that someone will copy sensitive data to a flash drive? USB Disabler Pro can lock out flash drives without interfering with scanners, cameras, mice and keyboards.

Allow Access to individual flash drives

Do you want to allow a select number of flash drives to have access? USB Disabler can allow and deny flash drives based on their unique device ID.

Need to allow your IT Staff to use flash drives?

USB Disabler uses active directory security groups to limit access. You can easily create a group that has full access, while denying others

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