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How to Limit Access to USB Storage Devices?

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Storage devices access items in around a few milliseconds. This would be correct option in a question that has other choices like nanoseconds, microseconds or a combination of any two. To limit access to USB storage devices, they can be password protected locked through an option in their settings.
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1. Click "Start" and select "Run. Type "windir%\inf" into the "Run" box and the press "Enter. 2. Look for the files named "usbstor.inf
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The hard disk drive, or a solid state drive in some computers.
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n. ( Abbr. DASD ) A type of storage device, such as a magnetic disk, in which bits of data are stored at precise locations, enabling the computer to retrieve information directly
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the above answer is not actually correct. Access Storage Devices (DASD) is a general term for magnetic disk storage devices. The term has historically been used in the mainframe and
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