Free Tool: USB Storage Device Usage

View connected USB flash drives on remote computers with name, model, device id, size and serial number


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USB Storage Device Usage   View connected USB flash drives on remote computers with name, model, device id, size and serial number

Views connected USB storage devices with USB device name, model, device ID, size and serial number. This free USB monitor software shows removable storage devices connected to all computers in your network and provides a centralized way of tracking USB device usage by checking who has used external hard drives and other USB storage devices (also known as flash drives) instead of looking at Windows USB logs.

Use it for removable media control, tracking of USB drive usage and automated removable disk auditing, instead of manual checking of Windows event logs for USB device related events and other USB log files on Windows, reading usbstor registry keys, running command line tools to list USB devices or using PowerShell scripts to query WMI Win32_DiskDrive objects. Action1 also allows to create alerts when someone inserts or removes USB flash drives and easily monitor USB device connection history.

Sign-up for Action1 Free Edition to receive real-time alerts and view instant data from your endpoints, such as alert on USB Storage Device Usage created, deleted or modified or run live or scheduled queries with the ability to export to CSV or Excel. Action1 Endpoint Security Platform is entirely SaaS, with online web interface (no management tools to install) and it has zero cost for basic functionality. Running in the Cloud, Action1 discovers all of your endpoints in seconds and you can query your entire network in plain English.


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Find more information on USB Storage Device Usage at Microsoft TechNet.