I have a member of staff with a Windows 7 x64 laptop who is due to leave in a weeks time. Now it looks like they are not best pleased at going and has started playing the "my contract runs to the end of August so I am keeping my laptop until then" but its the norm to return it at the end of term and they have got my back up with their attitude and as your all aware, network managers are silly people to upset so my question is this...
How do I cause her laptop to fail while making it look like an accident?
I used to be great at this in XP. The odd file removed from system32 would cause all sorts of havoc upon reboot but wonder if any of you know what to tweak to cause a failure to reboot while only removing files remotely on Windows 7? I could disable the account but that's going to be blindingly obvious. A nice black screen upon reboot will do the trick nicely.
When they ask for a repair they can have a nice loan machine of my choosing while I work hard to "fix their laptop" although I have a feeling its going to take more than a week to fix.