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limit/disable USB drive

March 22, 2011 at 20:34:51
Specs: Mac, 2G RAM
I do not want to the external USB drive can connect to MAC.
Or just only allow a size less than 4G usb external drive to connect to Mac other size greate than 4G do not allow .
But I still want the USB port can work for other purpose like keyborad ...
How can I do it ???
Please advice

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March 23, 2011 at 04:47:44
Rather than give you a simple answer, let me refer you to this support document from Apple. As well as answering the question that you ask (see "Preventing Data Port Access" on p. 47), it has a lot of other information about securing a Mac.

This version refers to 10.5 (you don't say which version you are using) but the same principles apply to all versions of OS X. You could no doubt find a similar document specific to your version of the OS.

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March 23, 2011 at 18:33:42
It only allow block all the USB storage drive .
But if I allow connect to a predefine size like 4G to MAC machine , other size do not allow
How can I do it ????

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March 24, 2011 at 00:32:26
Blocking storage devices is the best that can be done, unless you are capable of writing your own device driver.

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