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Detecting external computer monitor on laptop

Can my IT folks detect if I connect a different external computer monitor to my laptop than the one they provided?

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If they are good and if they care.

Too many ifs. My bet is 99% of the time no.

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Not sure why they would care.

Especially since your screen is output and not input into the computer.

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