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By the sound of what your saying I doubt it. Normally the IT dept. will set a group policy on all PC's that will not allow any kind of installation or external devices to be added to the PC. Your phone might have detected it was plugged into the PC but it is highly likely that your pictures were downloaded you would have to actually click on that function from Autoplay box.
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I doubt want to say that is not possible. However you could unplug the phone and replug it in and it should re-prompt you on your phone.
I highly doubt that it would have copied pictures though that settings has to be turned on from control. The option must be set to download photos w/o prompting if this strictly patient information PC. That option should not be turned on.
The option to download pictures would have needed to been selected from the autoplay box, yes. On this PC autoplay box might have been disabled so it does not come up at all.
Most PC's restricted to do one function will disable everything evening adding any devices to appear on the PC. Had you inadvertently clicked on something to hide the box. The first autoplay option by default is to usually open folder and download pictures is further on the list. So for it to download pictures inadvertently are very slim.
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I do not want to say that is not impossible but highly possible because of the high security the PC has. However if you unplug the phone it stops any process and plugging it back in would prompt you again.
What I am saying "if" some how the box was behind the program screen. It would not auto download your pictures because that option would have to be selected from the auto play box. That is not the first selection on the list.
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