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    Post USB node view

    Is it possible to see what usb devices are connected to a hub?

    an example would be:

    Onboard usb hub:
    usb mass storage device
    webcam imaging device

    superspeed hub:
    Mass storage device
    Printer
    MTD device

    I am currently able to get a list of all connected devices with ManagementobjectCollection in C# but that doesn't give me any hierarchy (as far as I am aware).

    I am not dead set on C#, I assumed that would be fastest way to get this up and running.

    Thanks

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    Re: USB node view

    You might get more replies if you asked in the c-sharp programming forum.
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    Re: USB node view

    Sorry my mistake. Thanks for the heads up.

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