monitoring software

I am using windows 8.1 pro.

I am starting to think there is "monitoring software" on my computer. We have an ADS network and I usually stay logged in, just lock me screen when I leave. I have dual monitors, and on occasion I will come back to my computer, I have been "logged off" where it asks me for username AND password. After doing so, my desktop comes up with all the apps I had open but they are all on the second monitor. I have looked at the security logs and it shows logoffs / logons such as this:

Special privileges assigned to new logon.

Subject:
      Security ID:            SYSTEM
      Account Name:            computername
      Account Domain:            XXXXXXXX
      Logon ID:            0x50435DD

Privileges:            SeSecurityPrivilege
                  SeBackupPrivilege
                  SeRestorePrivilege
                  SeTakeOwnershipPrivilege
                  SeDebugPrivilege
                  SeSystemEnvironmentPrivilege
                  SeImpersonatePrivilege

Any ideas?
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David SankovskySenior SysAdminCommented:
The 'SYSTEM' SID is local, and can't be replicated, this event is common place on any computer, be it inside a domain or not.

Regarding your issue of Apps moving between screens, do you somtimes login remotely to your computer (From home or from another computer in the office)? That way all the apps will jump to the same screen and that might be what you are experiencing.
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WcombeeCommented:
Also, check the sleep settings on your computer.  If your computer is going to "sleep", I have seen it where the open windows/applications will all drop to one monitor when it is woken up.
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Nadir ALTINBASElec.&Elctro.Engr.Commented:
And also,To control BIOS  settings wake up app.feature click "off"  the monitor which already was used.Jump to use second one .
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RMAHelpDeskAuthor Commented:
I am not entirely convinced this is the solution as it has happened when I was actively using the PC. The screen locked and then I was logged out but it makes the most sense.

Thanks for your input, it was appreciated.
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