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Tracking a laptop users activity in the field

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Hello,

 I have a user who spends a majority of their time off our network and in the field, and some concerns have been raised about this user’s activity. I will have an opportunity to have this user’s laptop in front of me in a few days, and again in two weeks. I would like to be able to see any files that may have been transferred to a removable storage device.

Thank you in advance
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Here is a spy monitor software that can log user activity in stealth mode you can install it and make the program send you the log over mail

http://www.brothersoft.com/security/monitoring_software/pc_spy_monitor_xp_38506.html
there's many programs like this
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