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Unlocking USB access

Unlocking USB access

Unlocking USB access

(OP)
Sir's / Mam's

Our computer here in our office has disabled USB access. How can I configure the settings so I may use it in times I badly need to take home my work?  

RE: Unlocking USB access

Better idea:  Every time you need USB access, call or email the IT wonks who supplied you a computer without it or disabled it.

Modifying your computer without their permission could be a career decision.

If you are polite and professional, you may turn them into allies.



 

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

RE: Unlocking USB access

Is USB completely disabled or only disabled for memory sticks?  Have you tried a portable floppy drive (costs about £30)?  If the work will fit on a floppy, just do it from floppy.

RE: Unlocking USB access

Try accessing it through DOS or typing the drive letter (with : etc) into the address bar.
The last place I was at, the must have just had the "interface" (explorer) disabled and you could access as per normal using the above (the later was a bit more "usual" of the two methods).
Regards,
Lyle
 

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