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akarev
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Disable USB popup dialog

Product Name: VersaLink B7025/B7030/B7035

Hello,

 

Is there any way to disable a standard message, displaying a popup dialog with three options - Cancel, Scan to Usb, Print from USB, after inserting a USB flash drive into MDF?

 

Thanks

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CherylO-Xerox
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Re: Disable USB popup dialog

Hi akarey, 

Thank you for using the Support Forum. If you are using the USB port to Scan to or Print from the USB then I am not aware of a way to stop that pop-up.  If you do not use one or both of thos features then you can disable the feature and the feature(s) should not show in the pop-up.  Please see the System Admin guide for more information on configuring the USB ports. Please consider contacting your support centre for further assistance. 

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CherylO-Xerox
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Maritza
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Re: Disable USB popup dialog


@CherylO-Xerox wrote:

Hi akarey, 

Thank you for using the Support Forum. If you are using the USB port to Scan to or Print from the USB then I am not aware of a way to stop that pop-up.  If you do not use one or both of thos features then you can disable the feature and the feature(s) should not show in the pop-up.  Please see the System Admin guide for more information on configuring the USB ports. Please consider contacting your support centre for further assistance. 


You can disable AutoPlay on all drives using GPEdit.msc. It would correspond to a registry key, so you could add that key and remove it as needed.

Here is an article that describes it. The instructions look like they are for XP. If you have Vista, then it is in Administrative Templates/Windows Components/AutoPlay Policies.

What I would try to just a per-device basis, would be to put the device in, while running Process Monitor. See which registry keys are being touched. I'd think that there would be one that correlates to the device id of the drive. You could then go and prepopulate that info with the correct setting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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