Open Endpoint Manager > Click 'Security Sub-Systems' > 'Device Control'
Open the device control area
Hardware Name - A broad description of the type of device that attempted to connect. For example, ‘Disk Drive’, or ‘CD Drive’
Date Detected - Date and time of the connection attempt
Hardware Class - The Global Unique Identifier (GUID) of the device. This code identifies the category, or ‘class’, of the external device. All devices of the same type will have the same GUID, even if they are different brands/models.
Hardware Path - The Device Instance Identifier. This is dynamically assigned to the device at the time it connects by the plug-n-play manager.
Host Device - The name of the Windows device to which the connection attempt was made. This column also shows the host's current connection status (connected or removed)
Status - Indicates whether the connection was allowed or blocked. This depends on the settings in the 'External Device Control' section of the endpoint’s profile.
The ‘Export’ button above the table lets you create a .csv file of all items in the list.
You can download the report from ‘Dashboard’ > ‘Reports’.
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