I recently had my domain account blocked and now the IT team needs to inspect my computer. I have some items in my browser history that I would prefer not to be seen. I am able to access the local administrator account and can modify the local files of my domain account, but I am unable to open the browser to delete the history in the normal way (I tried using the "runas" command with the "/domain\user" flag and opening Firefox, but it did not work).

Is there a way for an administrator to delete a user’s browser history, or is there a specific file that stores the history that I could delete? The browser I am using is Firefox on a Windows operating system.

Askify Moderator Edited question April 16, 2023