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How to Audit USB activities of users in windows?

Is there a way to audit USB activities of users in windows?
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RE: How to Audit USB activities of users in windows?

Did you look into the product "IEF" by Magnetic Forensics? See the URL "http://www.magnetforensics.com/investigating-user-activity-with-windows-artifacts-in-ief/"
Howard. GlassmanLively at 2/21/2015 8:03:56 PM Quote
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RE: How to Audit USB activities of users in windows?

I think some clarification on what exactly you are defining as "activities" would be helpful. Inserting a USB drive, transferring data, and so on...
DanP51Social at 7/7/2016 9:10:05 AM Quote
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RE: How to Audit USB activities of users in windows?

I know its an old thread, but maybe want to have a look at Lumension Device Control. https://www.lumension.com/device-control-software/usb-security-protection/features-and-benefits.aspx

It should cover your needs. It's a great product to block port access (USB and others). You will also be able to see which devices have been plugged in by the user. (Model, etc.)

Otherwise, as @DanP51 pointed out, you have to provide more details on what the requirement is exactly.

Peter HuerlimannSocial at 8/8/2017 4:57:45 PM Quote
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RE: How to Audit USB activities of users in windows?

I know its an old thread, but maybe want to have a look at Lumension Device Control. https://www.lumension.com/device-control-software/usb-security-protection/features-and-benefits.aspx

It should cover your needs. It's a great product to block port access (USB and others). You will also be able to see which devices have been plugged in by the user. (Model, etc.)

Otherwise, as @DanP51 pointed out, you have to provide more details on what the requirement is exactly.

Peter HuerlimannSocial at 8/8/2017 4:57:45 PM Quote
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RE: How to Audit USB activities of users in windows?

I think some clarification on what exactly you are defining as "activities" would be helpful. Inserting a USB drive, transferring data, and so on...
DanP51Social at 7/7/2016 9:10:05 AM Quote
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RE: How to Audit USB activities of users in windows?

Did you look into the product "IEF" by Magnetic Forensics? See the URL "http://www.magnetforensics.com/investigating-user-activity-with-windows-artifacts-in-ief/"
Howard. GlassmanLively at 2/21/2015 8:03:56 PM Quote
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RE: How to Audit USB activities of users in windows?

Did you look into the product "IEF" by Magnetic Forensics? See the URL "http://www.magnetforensics.com/investigating-user-activity-with-windows-artifacts-in-ief/"
Howard. GlassmanLively at 2/21/2015 8:03:56 PM Quote
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RE: How to Audit USB activities of users in windows?

I think some clarification on what exactly you are defining as "activities" would be helpful. Inserting a USB drive, transferring data, and so on...
DanP51Social at 7/7/2016 9:10:05 AM Quote
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RE: How to Audit USB activities of users in windows?

I know its an old thread, but maybe want to have a look at Lumension Device Control. https://www.lumension.com/device-control-software/usb-security-protection/features-and-benefits.aspx

It should cover your needs. It's a great product to block port access (USB and others). You will also be able to see which devices have been plugged in by the user. (Model, etc.)

Otherwise, as @DanP51 pointed out, you have to provide more details on what the requirement is exactly.

Peter HuerlimannSocial at 8/8/2017 4:57:45 PM Quote
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