Fnet Clone Drive Serial Key Does Not Work

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I'm trying to re-enable USB Autoplay in a secure way, by installing a program on each of the computers that I use so that I can run my launcher (PStart in this case) whenever I plug in my specific USB drive. The tool that I'm using to enable this - AutoRunGuard - needs the serial number of the USB drive that I am using. I can't figure out where to find this in Windows. Ideally I would not need to install and run a separate program to do this (seemingly) simple task.

Since this is a pretty easy question, bonus points if you also tell me how to discover it in Linux as well.

What steps do I need to take to retrieve a USB Drive's serial number?

UPDATE:Just incase people come here looking for the answer for AutoRunGuard, I discovered that they don't want the USB device serial number, but the volume serial number. The drive serial can be found by going into the command line, navigating to the drive, and executing dir. The volume serial number is found in the top two lines - use it without the dash.

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Use the freeware USBDeview:

USBDeview is a small utility that lists all USB devices that currently connected to your computer, as well as all USB devices that you previously used. For each USB device, exteneded information is displayed: Device name/description, device type, serial number (for mass storage devices), the date/time that device was added, VendorID, ProductID, and more... USBDeview also allows you to uninstall USB devices that you previously used, and disconnect USB devices that are currently connected to your computer. You can also use USBDeview on a remote computer, as long as you login to that computer with admin user.

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On Linux, usbview will do this, just click on the device in the left pane.

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Get USB Serial Numbers on Windows with PowerShell

Here's a PowerShell solution that will give you the serial number of all 'USB Mass Storage Devices' mounted on the system which you run it. It uses Get-CIMInstance to query the Win32_PnPSignedDriver class to get the property values with filtering, looping, setting a couple variables, using a method, etc.

Within the PowerShell script below, I left some commented out logic and comments for running with the legacy Get-WMIObject cmdlet for systems with versions below PowerShell 3.0.

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Under Windows 7.1 Right Click 'Computer' -> 'Manage' -> 'Device Manager' -> Navigate to your USB Drive, Right Click -> Properties -> Details, Property->Parent

Value:

The USB unique id is all the characters after the last , in this case 575833314133343231313937

You can also be able to extract it from Property->Device Instance Path, however that includes some other fields after the USB unique id part, so is slightly harder to read off.

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Open Windows Powershell with Administrative privilege

Type get-disk

then it will list you all of the disks on the computer, with disk number on the left.

Suppose the disk in question is number 4.

Type $a = get-Disk -Number 4, after which $a will be a list contains all the properties of this disk. You can view all those information with $a format-list -Property * Or you can just type $a.SerialNumber If you disk has a serial number, The command would return it.

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On linux you can simply do,

It will print all information about usb devices along with serial number also.

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Right Click 'Computer' -> 'Manage' -> 'Device Manager' -> Navigate to your USB Drive, Right Click -> Properties -> Details

Edit: Unfortunately I have no idea where he got this IDs from, bu the 'Device Instance Id' is the closest guess I have:

It should be the last part after the and without the &0

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