Log Off When You Leave
Logging off and shutting down your computer when you leave the office is a good practice, both for energy savings and security. It can also help reduce problems with your computer, as the process of shutting down allows for a refresh of the system.
Remember, though, that if you use RDP (to remotely connect from a different computer back to your desktop in your office) you'll need to leave your computer logged off but powered on so that you can make the RDP connection. The best practice for RDP users is to "restart" at the end of the day. That leaves your computer powered on, but logged off for security purposes.
It's also a good practice to lock your computer whenever you leave it for a short time during the day. You can quickly lock your computer by pressing the Windows icon on your keyboard + L.
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