Stopping Users from USB Printing
We've got an issue that has started to become a bit of a problem.
Staff and students are sneakliy bringing their own USB cables in and using them to connect to various printers with their laptops so that they can bypass PaperCut on the networked printers and print to their hearts content.
Is there anyway to block the USB connector on the printers other than by disconnecting the port inside the machine which is what one manufacturer has told us to do?!
I know there are USB port blocking keys sold by Lindy but they are for the actual USB ports on PCs and not the USB port on a printer. Is there something similar?
We tried supergluing a small piece of cut perspex over them but they just pull it off.
Help and advice much appreciated.