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If a bank disabled an ex-employee's access by revoking user id. Does that mean nobody can access anything using his identity?

For example, can not log on to his PC as him etc. Then all his personal data on his PC is safe?

I am asking because I just left a bank, worrying about the personal data still on my PC.
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  • A system administrator will have access to your information. On occasion when an employee leaves my company, they leave behind work files that other employees need so that they continue doing the work the fired employee is no longer doing. So we (as system admins) go into the account and get the files for them.

    If your files were being backed up somewhere (2d HD, server, etc) then they would be there as well.

    This is the 2d question I've seen by you asking something about your bank user account. If you have something illegal on there then the IT people at the bank will eventually find it.
    brayden · 0 1