My company uses a single server to host 3 virtual servers. This post probably sounds like it should be in the servers board, but I believe my question could apply to any standard Windows system. Anyway, the 'virtual' servers data and OS are all stored on a drive on the host machine. Unfortuantely, you can right click this drive, choose 'format,' and wipe out all the company data in about 2 seconds. This would be the same for any secondary hard drive on any PC, so long as it doesn't contain the OS for the machine you are logged on to. In our case, this happened and required a painful recovery from backup. I don't want it to happen again. How can some safeguard be put into place to not allow formatting of this one drive (or at least not making it so easy)?