Remote USB Disabler 2.0
Runs out of the box
There is no need to install the product in order to use it because it can be launched by simply double-clicking on the executable file. The interface is simple and to the point, with no bells and whistles hindering the way it is used.
The layout presents the entire procedure of disabling the remote drive as a three-step process, which requires pinpointing the target, authenticating and then choosing the commands to be sent.
Working with the program
Selecting the remote computer can be done manually, by entering its name or by browsing the local network for its location. Going with the latter option may take a while as the application has to scan the network in order to discover the available clients.
For authentication there is the possibility to use a different account, and in this case the correct username, password and domain need to be entered.
As far as the options available, the application offers the option to enable or disable the functionality of the USB drives. Regardless of the choice, all the changes require the machine to be rebooted so that they take effect.
Easy to manage USB drive disabling tool
Working with the product is not a difficult job and any user, no matter their computer skills, can do it with no problems.
However, during our evaluation on Windows 8 it did not manage to carry out the operation and informed that the log in credentials were not correct.
Reviewed by Ionut Ilascu, last updated on May 26th, 2014
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Application descriptionIt is easy to lock a machine down, disable the floppy, and cdrom in the bios. Many times when you try to disable USB -...