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Sept. 14, 2022, 1:09 p.m. | /u/EmotionNo6674

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I am trying to convince my company that it's a terrible idea to have regular users in the local admin group of their company-owned windows laptops.

Of course, users love the power to add and remove software, but it adds a high risk from a cybersecurity perspective. However, I don't have any data or analytics to show or prove my point as as supported by data. Any thoughts on how I can approach this problem or does anyone have anything …

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