DeviceLock ver. 5.73

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 DeviceLock ver. 5.73

DeviceLock ver. 5.73

Today PCs are delivered with a multitude of I/O options, many unnecessary to a given job function. At the same time, 100GB of portable storage weighs just a few ounces, sells for just a few hundred dollars, transfers data at high speeds and connects seamlessly to any PC. No power source or password required. The combination has made it more difficult for IT security staffs to limit PC users to only the information and computer resources needed to do their jobs.

DeviceLock® empowers IT management to enforce the limits set by internal security policy and external compliance boards. It stops data leaks from happening locally by denying access to peripheral ports and drives when any employee or visitor attempts a network upload or download to a device without appropriate permission.

DeviceLock® for Windows NT/2000/XP and Windows 2003 ServerDeviceLock® gives network administrators control over which users can access what devices (floppies, serial and parallel ports, Magneto-Optical disks, CD-ROMs, ZIPs, USB, FireWire, Infrared, WiFi, Bluetooth, etc.) on a local computer. Once DeviceLock® is installed, administrators can control access to floppies, CD-ROMs or any other device, depending on the time of day and day of the week. DeviceLock® enhances access control for Windows System Administrators and helps control removable disk usage. It can protect network and local computers against viruses, trojans and other malicious programs often injected from removable disks.

DeviceLock® is the best device control solution to protect your network computers against attack from the inside.

DeviceLock allows you to control users access to devices via Group Policy in an Active Directory domain
full-size picture With DeviceLock® you can:

* Control which users or groups can access USB and FireWire ports, WiFi and Bluetooth adapters, CD-ROMs, floppy drives, other removable devices
* Control access to devices depending on the time of day and day of the week
* Authorize only specific USB devices that will not be locked regardless of any other settings
* Grant users temporary access to USB devices when there is no network connection (you provide users with the special access codes over the phone that temporarily unlock access to requested devices)
* Protect against users with local administrator privileges so they can't disable DeviceLock® Service or remove it from their computers, if they are not in this list of DeviceLock® administrators
* Set devices in read-only mode
* Protect disks from accidental or intentional formatting
* Deploy permissions and settings via Group Policy in an Active Directory domain
* Control everything remotely using the centralized management console
* Get a complete log of port and device activity, such as uploads and downloads by users and filenames in the standard Windows Event Log
* Generate a report concerning the permissions and settings that have been set
* Generate a report displaying the USB, FireWire and PCMCIA devices currently connected to computers and those that were connected
* Install and uninstall it automatically.