Activity log files on desktop.Can I delete them?

  mulva42 10:50 16 Jun 2005
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Hi all,
Is there a log file that contains all the activity that has occurred on my desktop pc that I can access and delete the info that I do not want anyone else to see. (For example) software that I have loaded and then uninstalled. I work off site for my company and they wish to have my pc back, there was nothing illegal installed only programs like Ad-Ware se personal/spywareGuard /Swshredder/Spybot search & destroy but the less my IT dept know wont hurt them.
Also I was wondering if anyone is experienced on Nortel’s Contivity VPN Client, which logs me into the company’s local network, I only use this to check my mail through my MS outlook & synchronize it. Now the Q, is there a potential for my system to send a virus to my company’s network and cause major problems?

My O/S is 2000 Pro, and I have full admin rights on pc.

Thanks for your time…

  mulva42 15:08 16 Jun 2005

" Bump "

  Joe R 15:12 16 Jun 2005

click here

click here

These will wipe out everything safely.

  rawprawn 15:14 16 Jun 2005

You can delete all activity log files with no problem, create a system restore point first to be on the safe side.

  field divison 16:58 16 Jun 2005

Thanks Joe R I have ran both and the 1st Cleaner freed up 121mb of space well I also ran the one from the major geeks and that a good un aswell.

Thanks you have just saved a poor man from being put on the rack !!

Rawprawn,tell me if im wrong but I dont think 2000pro has a restore point,

anyway thanks all for your help.

  field divison 17:00 16 Jun 2005

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