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@campbell_kerr - thanks, typo has been fixed. The screenshots are of the text in the XML files. If you want to block all without exceptions, just don’t include any Group ID in the “Excluded” or leave that XML file blank. If you find the doc hard to follow, there is a video I linked that you can try ...
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Sorry but I found this difficult to understand. Would've been good to have some pics of the so-called 3 files, and how they relate to each other. Also it seems like you need a fourth file for excluded IDs? I also think it would've been easier just showing us how to set it up vanilla (block all remov...
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Just a heads up, typo in "RemoveableMediaDevices." - this could cause a headache for someone!
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@SarahSJ - ASR rules allow/block all USB's. This configuration allows you to block but then allow a specific USB by device ID. This is what most enterprises do because often there are vendors/software that require a USB to be inserted and read. Certainly the ASR rule can work for some situations but...
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Hello, Why bother in doing this when we can have this policy under attack surface reduction, we can manage user's access to USB from there and exclude whoever using a security group.
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