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Can the origin of a google doc on a shared gdrive be traced?

By Matpat22222 ·
So at the place that I work, we have a shared google drive account between about 200 or so other people. Its basically just to have a place where we can all store any files that we may feel can help out the rest of our colleages such as pdfs and spreadsheets. A couple of weeks ago it was brought to the attention of the boss that there had been a google doc created that contained some very sensitive info on it and a full out manhunt was made for the IT guys to find out who created the google doc on this shared gmail account. My question is if it is even possible for them to track down who this person(s) is? Keep in mind everyone here uses their own personal laptop connected to the company network which we had to register our laptops on.

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