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4.2.3. Blacklisting By Device Type

You can specify specific device types in the blacklist section of the configuration file with a device section. The following example blacklists all IBM DS4200 device and all HP devices.
blacklist {
       device {
               vendor  "IBM"
               product "3S42"       #DS4200 Product 10
       device {
               vendor  "HP"
               product "*"

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