An anonymous reader writes: I am one of two IT personnel at the small company I work for. My boss recently expressed interest in monitoring the usage of our workstations. We run a Windows Domain with 20 computers. There is 1 administrator account and all other users log on with restricted user accounts. So far we've already tried one software package called BeAware Corporate. It seemed like it was exactly what my boss wanted. The only problem with this software is that it would only function properly when logged on as an administrator. We would rather not give our users administrator privileges. In particular he would like to monitor programs used, websites visited, and emails. He would also like for it to act sort of like a surveillance camera system in that it would take screenshots of all the workstations at set intervals. Additional features a plus. Ideally, the usage information from each computer would be inserted into a central database. Is there any software out there that does these things without requiring everyone to be an administrator?