If they want your Internet History to be retained, then you'll need to convince them why it's necessary to remove it. (Remember, it's against forum policy to discuss improper or illegal activites on these forums.). Still, even a limited user should be able to access the Control Panel/Add-Remove Programs/Internet Options section, UNLESS network policies are set otherwise. But you should be aware that most companies also have the ability to monitor your internet activity from an other point than just your local computer.
Hope this helps.
I am not the administrator of my PC at work but I would like to wipe out all or most of the internet history. The catch is, i do not have access to the "Tools" option since I am not the admin. I had searched the methods before but now cant seem to find them again. I believe theres some kind of filename with some extention that gives me access to such files if my memeory serves me right. Please help, thanks.