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Hi, there is a user hardrive that has become the object of scrutiny. For one thing the user was surfing and buying things online that turned out to be out of line. My question is if anyone has some suggestions about software that could be used to check around the drive and see what crumbs they may have left. I would appreciate any help with this question. Thanks
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If you are looking for deleted files use GetDataBack.

If you are just trying to get an idea where they have been go to:
C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files
replace %username% with their name

Also check the history of course
You don't really need to buy software if you are trying to see what they have been doing unless they deleted files.
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Thank you, exactly the information I was looking for.
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