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Jezza
Engaged Sweeper
LSRemote & Screengrab have an option to not ask permission. This is causing me an issue with confidentiality. I have no idea if my technicians (I am their line manager) are logged on to my PC. They can also take screen shots of my desktop which could have confidential information on.

Is there:
1. A way of not allowing the option to not ask permission?
2. Block these two tools at the end user desktop?
3. Be notified at the end user desktop regardless of the option not asking permission being unticked

I have tried blocking using a desktop firewall but the port can be changed so this has not worked.

your urgent help would be appriciated.

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Hemoco
Lansweeper Alumni
Any user that is an administrator on a computer can do these things (with or without lansweeper tools)
Hemoco
Lansweeper Alumni
You can track process creation.
This will show traces of the remote control/screengrab in the eventviewer
Jezza
Engaged Sweeper
Lansweeper wrote:
You can track process creation.
This will show traces of the remote control/screengrab in the eventviewer



Thanks for the response, however, it's blocking I need not auditability, it's too late at that stage. Also what about the other questions I ask can you assist please, very nervous about this tool.

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