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    Question Found pupil profiles on Storage server

    I've just spotted two pupil profiles under documents and settings on our Storage server. I can't work out how they have logged on to it. The server is in a locked server room, and I've just tried remote desktop to it as a teacher and pupils account and it's come back as expected and said that they don't have the rights to login. I've checked their accounts and they are only pupil accounts i.e. no extra rights....

    One of these little darlings is the first pupil we've had who concerns me! He has some knowledge and if he doesn't, he knows the dubious forums to go on to get it!

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    Have they compressed the files in their user area? That has the seen effect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clareq View Post
    Have they compressed the files in their user area? That has the seen effect.
    Doesn't look like they are, but thanks for the heads up on that!

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    could you connect using a laptop to the said device?

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    2003? I've seen it here, but the times don't even always correspond to people being on site. Odd, but I've never tracked it down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMcCoy View Post
    2003? I've seen it here, but the times don't even always correspond to people being on site. Odd, but I've never tracked it down.
    Yes, 2003 Storage Server. At least I'm not alone in seeing it, so that make me a bit happier!

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    Might not be of much use but maybe check the time at which the profiles files were created/last accessed?
    Might give you at least some indication on when this may/may not of happened?

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