How do I Set Read-only Permissions for Devices?

How do I Set Read-only Permissions for Devices?

AccessPatrol allows the administrator to control the device access privileges for a group of clients or an individual computer.

Read Only: The computer with this access permission can only read the information from the specified external device that is connected to the computer. The user will not be able to copy any information to the specified external device. This option is only available to storage devices.

Here is a list of devices that are supported by AccessPatrol’s read-only permission:

Storage Devices:

  • USB (Removable disk, iPod)
  • CD/DVD
  • Floppy
  • Tape
  • External Hard Drive
  • FireWire
  • SD Card
  • MM Card

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