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USB disabelling hi im kiran .im using Windows XP professional. i have two accounts in my pc. i wan to disable USB port for guest account but it should be available to Admin account. plz guide me to do this.

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    thank u very very much

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Here is a URL that will walk you through step by step instruction of turning off your UBS for the Guest account..

http://diaryproducts.net/about/operating_systems/windows/disable_usb_sticks

Please follow the steps exactly...

Thank you

~~Jasta~~

Posted on Mar 19, 2008

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