Company buys laptop for employee. Employee uses the laptop to work on company's files. Employee stops working for the company.
Files are still copied on the company's file-servers, however the employee should not have access to the company's files after he stopped working for the company.
This laptop was bought before the domain deployment, and was used as such only in workgroup environment. Laptop is not part of a domain, only has local user profile.
Given that the employee is still using the laptop for his own use, and that we can reach him over e-mail (outlook/exchange), here is the question:
Is there any way from within Exchange, to issue a "remote wipe" command, similar to the one used in smartphones?
If you can think of any other way to gain access to the laptop, without involving exchange server, please reply here: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Security/Operating_Systems_Security/Windows/Q_23850065.html
Note to moderators: I originally posted this question at the operating systems security section: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Security/Operating_Systems_Security/Windows/Q_23850065.html
I couldn't add it to the "Exchange" Zone after I posted it, so I created this new question, and will keep monitoring both.