Removable Storage Server 2008 R2

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Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 R2
Can someone please help me here. I would like to block a number of users on being able to copy data to their USB storage. The scenario is as follows: We have sensitive data on a Server 2008R2. We would like certain users (trusted users) to be able to add more data to certain folders where ever they might log in from. But for the other users, we would like them to not be able to plug in their removable devices and steal data (that is if they get such thought) regardless of where they might log in from. How can I go on about that? Any answer will be much appreciated and thank you for your help and interest in advance.

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Windows Server 2008R2

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  • BestITSolution
    How do the users connected to your win2k8 please clarify(AD Client computer? or Workgroup computer. accordingly we could block the removal able media into their systems via Group Policy or block via registry and usbstor.ini and usbstor.pnf file.
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