Hello, I work for a large manufacturing company that allows us to search the web on a shared/public computer. The problem is that 90% of the time we go to use this computer there is a virus or malware or some other thing that has this computer locked up and prevents us from accessing the internet " because it is a shared computer running Windows". I would like to run a live linux distro "Puppy" during the time I am allowed to use this computer and bypass all the "Windows" issues. My question is can my company (from an internet stanpoint) "see" if I am using a Linux os. I would rather not ask the IT department this question as I am sure the answer would be absolutly "not" but if no one can tell If I am using linux that is the route I will take.
Edited by johndepere, 02 June 2013 - 02:44 PM.