USB Devices Database


In the USB Devices Database dialog box you can add new devices to the database and edit existing records.


Before the device can be authorized in the white list, it must be added to the database.


In the Available USB Devices list at the top of the dialog box, you can see all devices available on the computer.


Devices are displayed in the form of a simple tree, where the parent item represents Device Model and the child item represents Unique Device. If there is no Unique Device item, then this device doesn't have an assigned serial number.


This list displays either all currently plugged-in devices (if the Show all devices button is not pressed) or all the devices ever plugged into the port on this computer (if the Show all devices button is pressed).


The list of available devices is automatically refreshed and displays new devices as soon as they arrive. To manually refresh this list, press the Refresh button.


To retrieve devices from the remote computer, press the Remote Computer button. This button is unavailable when you are connected to the local computer.


In the USB Devices Database list at the bottom of the dialog box, you can see devices that are already in the database.


You can add devices to this list by selecting the desired device's record in the Available USB Devices list and pressing the Add button. If the device is already in the database, it can't be added there a second time.


To edit a device description, select the appropriate record in the USB Devices Database list and press the Edit button.


Press the Delete button to delete a selected device's record (use Ctrl and/or Shift to select several records simultaneously).


You can also save a current database to an external file. To save the database to an external file, press the Save button, then select the type of the file -.txt or .csv.


To load a previously saved database, press the Load button and select a file that contains the list of devices.