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  • Anishk
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    #161972

    Hi,

    We have applied group policy for blocking usb devices for few machines in domain level roup policy of windows 2012 server. (computer config> administrative templates>system>Removable storage access> Removable disks).

    I had to give a user access to usb. I removed the computer from the ou in which the usb block policy was applied. Even after removing the computer, the user was still having issue accessing the usb device as he was getting access denied message. It was later found that only his usb device was getting the message “Access is denied” but other usb devices were accessible. Please help. We have removed usb blocking policies.

    Also, his usb device is working in other computers unlike his computer.

    Regards,
    Anish


    Fromhere
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    #652716

    Hi am having the exact same issue here, did this problem got solved and how

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