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Open Group Policy Management and browse to the relevant GPO you want to update, right click and Edit the GPO.
If you’re using Advanced Group Policy Management you’ll need to check out the policy before editing. Double click the setting you want to change and update as appropriate.
To apply USB blocking policies, you must restart the computer, enable the policy “Set time (in seconds) to force reboot” in the same GPO section. Quite often it is necessary to block USB drives for all users in the domain (except administrators).
In Windows XP Group Policies you can’t restrict access to external USB devices: to block access to external media, administrators had to use third-party tools, or to prevent certain device drivers (Usb Stor, Cdrom, Flpydisk, Sfloppy) from running (using the value 0 of the parameter Start in the registry key HKLM\SYSTEM\Current Control Set\Services\).
However, since 2014, Windows XP support has ended, and today it is quite rare in corporate networks.
For example, to prevent writing data to USB flash drives and other types of USB drives, you should enable the policy Removable Disk: Deny write access.
In this case, users will be able to read the data stored on a USB flash drive, but when they attempt to write information to it, they will receive an access error: Note.