Re: OT Windows Admin rights



On Tue, 2 Dec 2008 12:42:32 -0000, "Alan"
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Alan wrote:

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In article <gh38mr$8vj$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Alan <Alan.Crowder@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"Jim" <blueflies@xxxxxxx> wrote in message
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Using the folder encryption should work.

Go on.......

In what way?

Like how does one make it work?

Sheesh.

Right-click the folder in question, choose Properties;
Click Advanced...;
Tick the "Encrypt contents to secure data" checkbox.

I'm sure you can work it out from there...

I can, but as Jim indicates, other Admins can easily get into the
folder and have a butchers.

Not without leaving a trail they;ve done so, if you allocate it by
unique username and set the security policy so it leaves an audit
trail.
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