About access rules
Oct 22, 2023
Device access rule is the setting that determines which users can access devices that are installed on the client device or connected to it For each device type, you can specify the following access rules: Allow, Block, or DependsOnBus. If the DependsOnBus value is specified, access to the device is defined by the connection bus access rule.
A connection bus access rule allows or blocks access to the connection bus (USB or FireWire). For each connection bus, you can specify the following access rules: Allow or Block. For example, you can allow or block connection of all USB devices. You can also limit access to specific USB devices or only to USB drives; access to other USB devices is denied.
To deny access to all USB devices except the specified one, specify the following settings:
To deny access to all USB devices, but allow access to all USB drives, specify the following settings:
By default, device access rules are created for all types of devices according to the classification of the Device Control component. Such rules grant users full access to devices if access to the connection buses of the respective device types is allowed.
You can edit device access rules and connection bus access rules.