I have a laptop that I use at school, however as part of doing so, I had to allow them to make my laptop connect to their domain. However as a part of their IT acceptable use policy, during school hours (they have also disabled the admin account while its connected to the domain), I cannot attempt to do anything that would/could damage the system. Also, my domain account is restricted with group policy.
As I cannot login to administrator to use cmd to compile a Java application, I decided to use
command.com as it isnt restricted by group policy. However the next day, someone from IT came to me stating that they had proof that I had been using command prompt (If they see you using command prompt they call it "hacking").
So my question is, Is it possible for them to be able to log commands entered to command.com (or cmd.exe) or not?