Can you explain a bit more, system state and user state can only be configured on a rule module but no a rule. As i understand we would a seperate rule module and copy the existing rules and apply the user state.
I dont know if this would be helpful or not but we had a similar challenge. First we are still using CSA 4.5 so I dont know if 5.0 treats this problem differently. Anyway, I created a new Policy specifically for "Removable Devices". In that policy I created an "Any State" rule module that contained a file access control rule denying "All applications "Write" to $Removable Media. This is a variable that comes with CSA. Now after testing it appeared that my test system could read from a USB drive but not write to it as intended. From there you can add specific user state rule modules attached to that policy. Inside those modules you can create specific rules (I.e. Allow Read or Write <@removable:*.jpg> Make sure your rule module state is set up for the correct user that you want to grant access too. Hope this helps.
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