USBDLM Issue - Restricting number of USB Devices
I am currently testing USBDLM v4.4.2 to allow a select group of computers / users to use USB pen drives.
I’ve managed to successfully deploy and install the MSI via GPO, and used Group Policy Preference > Files to copy / update (the configuration file) usbdlm.ini file across to the required computer.
My initial issue was with U3 Pen Drives, being allocated 2 drives letters, i.e. a virtual cd-rom drive. But after reading the help section on the website I have resolved that with the appropriate settings in the .ini file.
The problem I have now is although I have configured the .ini file to only allocate and use 1 drive letter when a USB device is connected, (which works fine when a single USB pen drive is connected) if an additional USB pen drive is inserted it too is allocated a drive letter (next overall available windows drive letter) which means that any Software Restrictions in the GPO I have set does not apply (as the 2nd USB pen drive is on a different drive letter) and full access is gained to the USB pen drive.
Is there a configuration setting I have missed? Or I am hoping too much from this very good piece of free software?