Smart Line Releases DeviceLock 5.0
Protect your Windows NT/2000/XP system by locking access to a removable devices.
SmartLine, Inc. today announced the first beta version of DeviceLock 5.0, a system service for restricting access to local devices running Windows NT/2000/XP.
Preventing the introduction of inappropriate software and data is important when trying to protect and administer a company’s computer network. The traditional solution has been a physical lock on the floppy drive. DeviceLock eliminates the need for physical locks and has a number of advantages. It is easy to install and administrators can have instant access from the remote computers when necessary. There are no physical keys to store and manage – DeviceLock is a software-only solution.
The administrator of the machine or domain can designate user access to floppy drives, other removable media, CD-ROM drives or serial and parallel ports. Any types of the file systems are supported. It can protect network and local computers against viruses, trojans and other malicious programs often injected from removable disks. DeviceLock protects disks from accidental or intentional formatting.
DeviceLock enhances access control for Windows System Administrators and helps control disk usage.
System requirements: DeviceLock requires Windows NT 4.0 (for x86 or ALPHA platforms) or Windows 2000/XP, 16MB RAM, a hard drive with 1 MB of hard disk space.
DeviceLock costs $35 for a single-user license. Site and world licenses are available. For more information, contact SmartLine, Inc., WEB: http://www.smartlineinc.com, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Fax: 1 (646) 349-2996.
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In addition to DeviceLock, SmartLine markets Active Registry Monitor, a utility designed for analyzing the changes made to Windows Registry, DeviceLock Millennium Edition, the Windows 95/98/Me version of DeviceLock, Remote Task Manager, a system control interface that can be run from any Windows NT/2000/XP computer, and Active Ports, a free forensic tool for detection open TCP/IP and UPD ports on the Windows NT/2000/XP computers.