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Once it downloads you'll find the culprit and now at least you know there will be many opportunities to find proof against them.

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#41 If it's in an office it is most likely a wired connection, therefore changing the password would do nothing.

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With cable you can still take them out 1 by 1 and see after which one the bandwith is back to normal, then you have the culprit

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The easiest solution: Just go to their office and tell your staff "I don't know which one of you is downloading large files but I want that person to stop doing this immediately. I'm trying to be nice and not make a big deal out of it but if it doesn't stop I will have to take the matter further. I want to remind you that you are not anonymous on the network. Have a nice day."

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Once it downloads you'll find the culprit and now at least you know there will be many opportunities to find proof against them.

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I watch Netflix at work. I go on eBay and Amazon at work. I could download almost anything I want at work. Some jobs allows Internet surfing when it's slow. Depends on the job.

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That may be 30, but if you start disrupting your coworkers ability to work because of it (not saying you are, I work IT and understand) it becomes a problem.

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While possible to turn the net off it disrupts everyone else. All torrent software will resume.

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