I have a question. When using a computer at work one saves personal data as well. For example gmail accounts in the browser. Other credentials again in the browser or elsewhere. Also files from places like dropbox etc. There are plenty of legitimate reasons why these data may end up on a work computer.
The problem is that admins can reset your active directory password and then log into your pc and have full access to your accounts and logs. Even Skype accounts etc.
The obvious solution would be not to save anything in the browsers and not install dropbox (or create a work account for it) and log out from skype (which we use at work). But this is a lot of work. So is there any way to secure one's data against such a scenario?
To avoid comments like the one below:
I know whose property the computer is. However when the company asks you to use Skype and you do not want to create two accounts one for you and one for when you are at work or you don't want to create another dropbox account what do you do.