Re: usbkeys with U3 and their removal?

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Dotan Cohen wrote:
On 06/12/2007, John Summerfield <[email protected]> wrote:
I think autorun is inherently bad. No, not "bad" "Evil" is a better work.
In "group policy" one can turn autorun off for all devices.
                                                  ^^^^^^^^^^^
I have a Cruzer 2GB that _had_ U3. It would autorun even on Windows
machines that were set _not_ to autorun USBsticks. I assume this is
because it presented itself as a CD. I also had to have a friend with
a windows machine uninstall the U3 crap.
"all devices" includes CD-ROM devices.

Personally, I don't have a problem with the U3 stuff, I'm too busy wondering what I can install in its place.
Inserting my Sandisk and installing Windows would be cool (it's part of
my job description). I have a CD that does that, but it's _so_ bulky.
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Cheers
John

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