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I would love to hear this answer as well. I know i have been able to restrict access to USB devices on services like Kaspersky. We also had the ability to white list specific drives by model type or even a serial number for an Ironkey. I am being asked if airWatch can do the same.
' I second that emoooootion'
Edit: I found in the Restrictions payload of a Windows 10 Desktop profile: Restrict Storage. That works - however, we need to be able to Whitelist a handful of devices as well. Seems like it's all or nothing right now.
If I re-enable the policy so that it would allow USB again the usb ports are litteraly destroyed. And say I have to instert a disk into a removable disk...