I've got another interesting one.
I'm about to backup and reinstall the HR Administrator's PC. I suspect that the fastest way to do this is to use the Windows 7 Transfer tool, and create a backup of the entire Users and Settings profiles on the NAS.
I don't see a problem with this.
She claims that nobody else should be able to see the information on her computer. Fair enough. I think that the systems administrator (me), should be in a significant enough level of trust to be able to make a backup, no questions asked, and delete the backup once the task is complete.
Her view is, that nobody (not even the other directors) should be able to view the HR documentation on her PC.
We already have a semi-backup (files, not user-state) on box.net, which does allow granular access to various users.
1) Which one of us is nuts, her or me?
2) Do you trust your sysadmins to take backups of company policy / HR files?
3) Does anyone have a LART?