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fayejaz
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Registered: ‎08-30-2010
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Device Control in OfficeScan 10.5 - iPhone

How would you exclude an iPhone from device control?  We want to implement USB device control, but because we primarily use iPhones, we would want to exclude them from device control.

 

Looking at my PC, the path appears as Computer\Apple iPhone, and I can't see how you can add this to the exclusion list. 

 

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kirill
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Re: Device Control in OfficeScan 10.5 - iPhone

Hi,

Only to clarify, the iPhone detected as USB hard drive? And you can put the data on this hard drive?

 

Kirill


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fayejaz
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Re: Device Control in OfficeScan 10.5 - iPhone

It shows up as a device, not as a disk that can be managed (disk management):

 

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fayejaz
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Re: Device Control in OfficeScan 10.5 - iPhone

Here are the screen shots

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Re: Device Control in OfficeScan 10.5 - iPhone

Hi,

Usually, the OSCE 10.x device control is malware oriented - is means if no mount - no managment.. And unfortunately the OSCE 10.x cannot provide granular device control (per specific device), but only for all  device types. That I can suggest is add exeption to device control list, it's meas - iTunes can aceess the iPhone and other application can't (please see on-line help at device control page). Also, I cannot test this, I'm not use iPhone :smileyhappy: is insecure in bussiness.

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Kirill


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