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Office PCs and connecting mobile phone to it

In aur office we use Windows 7 proffessional, For the first time when we connect our mobile phone to our PC it allow us to connect our mobile phone for data transfer but when we connect our phone to the PC for the second time it denies access. Can anyone please tell me that why it is allowing for the first time but not for the second time ? and what is the solution of it.

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Clarification Request
How many people connect at one time?

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And, how long between the first and second attempt to access the PC? Win7 has a limit to that number. It also doesn't know automatically when you're done.

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Re: connect

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- How do you connect: Bluetooth, USB-cable?
- What data transfer?
- What OS on mobile phone?
- What is "it" in "it denies"? And how exactly does it deny?

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1 phone to my pc

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it alow 1 phone to conect to it through data cable till u remove the data cable, it may last for 10 hours til the system is not shutdown or phon is not disconnected, after that u need to connect another phone whch is never connectd to it, whn u plugin same mobile for 2nd time the PC do not allow it with a messg some what like, u need to login as admin to access.

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Re: data cable

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Did you use the "safely remove" or "eject" features of Windows before removing the data cable?

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Simply pulloff the cable,

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do nt use safe remove option.

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(NT) Try that then. Might help.

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Out of office.

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I agree with all so far. This area has been off for years. I tend to log off and on to nicely work around this.

No surprises here as W7 support fades.

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Re: connecting mobile phone

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In another post, Rehankhan explains what's wrong: "the admin has blocked connectivity of usb and phone through data cable etc."
That's the end of the story.

Post was last edited on April 18, 2019 9:09 AM PDT

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Tell me half the story

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I'll be wrong over half the time or way off base.

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