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    I have installed Blackberry Enterprise Server in a VM and now am finding that I have to connect a BlackBerry device directly to the box to activate it. Unfortunately USB isn't available within the VM when I connect the BlackBerry device directly to the ESX 3.5 server. I know that you can activate...

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  • Blocking USB in Group Policy

    Hi, I would like to block some users from accessing USB in group policy management. Can anyone guide me please? Thanks in advance!

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  • Did he extract my hard drive information with his USB key under the guise of loading a Wi-Fi printer on my laptop?

    Someone was "helping me out" by loading the Wi-Fi printer info on my laptop. When the USB key was inserted, it extracted information from my laptop first, very fast. Then it downloaded the printer program and asked for set-up. I am highly suspicious as to why the the USB key didn't, upon insertion,...

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  • USB stick problem

    My USB stick is not recognized from PC anymore. I want to save the videos in the stick. How can I do that. Please help me very important.

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  • New iMAC

    I have a NITRO AV Firewire 800 8 Port Hub/Repeater. Attached to that Hub, I have a Blu-Ray Drive,4 Firewire Drives, a Snanner and a Camcorder. The Hub is then attached via Fire800 to my IMAC. I also have 2 USB hubs to which I have printers and Cameras attached. I was planning on attaching my USB...

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  • USB device issues

    I am a green IT employee. And, have had an issue with several laptops not recognizing USB thumbdrives. When the user inserts the thumb drive the system recognizes it but        in "My Computer" it does not show up. But, when I go to "Device Manager" I see the device, re assign an available...

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  • Blocking USB drives or any removable media on Active Directory network

    Can I block the use of USB drives or flash drives or any removable media on our active directory network across the board. We are using group policy but I do not know how to configure it.

    ITKE346,360 pointsBadges:
  • Strange USB behaviour

    My PCs been acting strangely for a while now. The issue is that when I plug in an iPod it appears in nautilus/windows explorer and iTunes for a few seconds and then disappears as if ejected. This behaviour also exhibits itself sometimes when there is 'noise' in the mains. When I say noise, I refer...

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  • Determine Bluetooth Specification Versions Supported by your hardware

    I understand there are a number of versions of the Bluetooth Specification, recently V2.1 with EDR and V3.0 and 4.0 perhaps on the horizon. How do I determine what versions are supported by my bluetooth hardware? (PC USB dongle or internal Laptop H/W) Can I test that my v2.0 or v2.1 device supports...

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  • USB Switch Windows XP printers

    We have a temporary project and I need to connect a usb printer and a usb printer/scanner to 2 PCs that are running WinXP. It looks like I will need a USb switch and a USB hub. I would connect the PCs to the switch, the hub to the switch and then connect the printers to the hub. Has anyone done...

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  • Backup of encrypted data to USB device

    I'm using Ultimaco encryption software and I'm looking for any software/utility that can read files from an encrypted hard drive and copy the data to a USB device. I need to be able to do this for OS disaster recovery in the event of a crash. Any suggestions or recommendations are appreciated....

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