How To Allow remote access to the PnP interface from GPO

Posted: December 13, 2012 in GFI, Group Policy Object, Windows

1. Open Run and type “gpmc.msc

2. Create New Group Policy Object, example “GPO-Allow remote access to the PnP interface

3. Link GPO-Allow remote access to the PnP interface” in your Organization Unit to push GPO

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4. Edit GPO-Allow remote access to the PnP interface

5. Computer Configuration –> Administrative Templates –> System –> Device Installation

6. Edit “Allow remote access to the Plug and Play interface from Not Defined to Enable”

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7. Open Command Prompt then type “gpupdate/force” from Server and client for update Policy immediately.

CMIIW, Thanks Smile

Comments
  1. karelcf says:

    Hello, I would like to help me with a problem I’m having. I recently installed the GFI EndPointSecurity v5.0 but when scanning devices remote pc does not recognize them and get the error “Failed to enumerate devices”, to fix the directive must enable the “Allow remote access to the Plug and Play interface” which mostly is in computer Configuration administrative Templates System device Installation. The problem is that I mounted my Active Directory domain and is not implemented Samba4 policy appears. I would like to explain to me how to get there or if not how to create it. Thanks in advance and sorry for any mistake on my English, because I speak Spanish

    • aafikry says:

      Hi..
      Maybe to help your problem, you must create script bath. Where the script bath push your client to enabled the allow remote access to the Plug and Play Interface. But, I never try to create that script. Maybe sometimes I will try to create that. Thanks.
      No problem from language, because My English not good. 😊

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