Unfortunately, I have the lovely task of monitoring users browsing habits; as the only administrator at a small company that does not have web filtering. That being said, I don't have the luxury of walking to their desktops to manually browse the files, users must be unaware.
Generally, I go in using the administrative share \desktopname\C$, but on our newly added Windows 7 desktops, I find myself unable to browse the Temporary Internet Files, even when attempting to access them via c:\users\username\appdata\local. I receive the message: ...is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource.
Humbling, considering it says to contact the administrator, and that would be me. I'm on an XP desktop, coming across AD to a W7 Pro desktop. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.