what the Admin. can see and do?

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nf24eg

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my computer in linked to a server that have our software that we use in the company .
I noticed that the Administrator use the program "Ideal Administrator " to connect to the users computers and install applications or to check it
now i disabled some services to not allow him to login to my computer BUT I'm not sure if this will work or not ?!!!!
so is there some1 to help me to find out :-
1- what the administrator can see or do with this services ?!!
2- If i write in a word document , can he take a snap shot or a copy of this document or of what i type??

i attached the services sheet , and i turn on my firewall and we use Symantic end point v.11

Any help ?1
 

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nf24eg

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I'd hate to give you any advice that could lead you any nearer you probably already are to losing your job.
thank you but that doesn't help .. so say something useful or keep the warn for yourself
 

zx10guy

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Saga Lout did say something useful. If you're not doing anything against company policies, then you shouldn't have anything to worry about. But obviously this isn't the case here. You've been a member here long enough to know better about the rules of this forum in assisting in activities like this.

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valis

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bottom line, the network admin can see and do anything on the network. It's sort of our job to make sure that the network runs smoothly, and that's why policies are put in place. Every workplace has different policies, just as every admin has different rules regarding the network.

Abide by the policies placed by your network team, and you don't have anything to worry about. Start bucking those policies, and you will end up being that pesky little nail that is sticking up above all the others. :)

thanks,

v
 

JohnWill

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I'm going to close this one. We don't offer any assistance in bypassing company policies here.
 
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