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Comment: No need to trust them, but an option (Score 1) 730

by eckes (#29059039) Attached to: Why Should I Trust My Network Administrator?

Well, trusting is the cheapest solution. But otherwise, give them Remote Desktop Access to a PC (GotoMyPc, Netviewer, CoPilot) and then you can monitor. And of course, it is a good idea to structure your network to not overly trust systems and users, so if they administer one server, they should not be able to get to other, more important services.

However if you have sensitive IT, for simple services it might be good to actually DIY - I mean if you Monitor them and you are qualified to understand what they do... you can also do it.

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