DeviceLock Plug and Play Auditor 5.72

Generates a report displaying Plug and Play devices (USB, FireWire, PCMCIA).

November 4, 2005
Freeware
Windows (all)
1.2 MB
2,377
10
5 / 5 (2 votes)
USB and FireWire ports are standard components on almost all computers today, while laptops have another port – PCMCIA. The abundance of devices of different types and functions from removable storage, PDAs, digital cameras to WiFi and Bluetooth adaptors?can all be simply connected via these Plug-and-Play ports. Some devices have over 200GB of storage, while others can turn a local computer into an unprotected gateway to the entire network putting intellectual property and corporate records at risk for theft or destruction. At this moment dozens of devices may be connected to your corporate network. DeviceLock Plug and Play Auditor is a non-intrusive clientless software solution that generates reports displaying the USB, FireWire and PCMCIA devices currently connected to computers in the network and those that were connected. Its multithreaded engine ensures fast, unobtrusive auditing of all activity on any computers in an organization. DeviceLock PnP Auditor has a Multi Document Interface (MDI) structure, allowing you to keep each task in its own window. It displays the audit results in the form of a tree. However, it can also be displayed in the form of a plain list. Results can be exported to Microsoft Excel for thorough analysis and review. DeviceLock PnP Auditor stores, compares and filters the data it receives from all the computers. You can make "snapshots" of systems for future comparison and notation of changes. DeviceLock PnP Auditor runs on Windows 2000 and later systems and doesn’t install any components on remote computers. It allows you to select computers for auditing directly from the Microsoft Network tree or from any LDAP tree (e.g. MS Active Directory, Novell eDirectory, Open LDAP, etc.). You can also load a list of computers or IP addresses from the external file.

What's New:

- Added support for USB, FireWire and PCMCIA devices