Protecting EHD on unsecure network

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  1. IIIIbarcodeIIII

    IIIIbarcodeIIII

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    Hi there!

    Is there an effective way to protect a portable device (in this case hard drive) from interference by network administrators but at the same time retain the ability to share files and run programs off said drive? [edit: In a windows environment]

    The admins on the network in question have a nasty, nosy habit of prying through portable drives and deleting "virus" files :mad:

    The only solution I can currently think of is to have an encrypted backup of these programs and replace them every time they are deleted.
     
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    IIIIbarcodeIIII, Mar 10, 2009
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