And have them write it into the company "rules." Now get the IT staff to sign off on it. Make such a breach grounds for dismissal.
And any decent firewall should do fine here. Not that I offer a tutorial on such but that's all we need.
Hi. I am an auditor and am concerned that the IT security personnel here may invade our privacy at times. Though they ultimately have access to whatever is stored on the server and on our computers, we are not comfortable with them viewing our screens while we work and though it is not company policy to do this, we suspect that they are.
All of us have administrative privileges local to the machine (Vista). Is there something we can install to either detect when they are connected or prevent them from connecting without our expressed approval?