Re: sick of Linux bias
From: Rowdy Yates (rowdy.yates_at_no-spam.lycos.com)
Date: Tue, 06 Jan 2004 10:27:27 GMT
"Hairy One Kenobi" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
> "Rowdy Yates" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Leythos <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
>> news:MPG.1a63ec3f52a4f22f98a048@news- server.columbus.rr.com:
>> > In article <email@example.com>, "@micro$oft.com"
>> > <""billyboi\"@micro$oft.com"> says...
>> > Interesting response - so, I can assume that you've never used a
>> > box since you don't really know anything about Windows other than
>> > the over-blown hype spread by the uninformed.
>> > I've not seen an exception error in more than a year, and only
>> > because of bad hardware the year before that.
>> we deployed Win updates via much hyped SUS deplyement services onto
>> WinXP boxes. 10% of users got impatient and rebooted machines in the
>> middle of the updates, upon bootup, the machines blue screened and
>> were not recoverable implementing any of the official ms emergency
>> recovery procedures posted on ms web site, rendered the OS and
>> staions useless, had to deploy staff to individually re-image
>> you were saying about OE errors?
> You deployed updates that required a boot, in the middle of a working
> And were then surprised that users would rather do their jobs and sit
> and watch someone play?!?
> And you feel qualified to talk about computer security? Where one of
> the basic tenets is continuity-of-service?
the updates get deployed first thing in the morning when users logon -
not middle of the day.
how do you do it? wake on lan @ 3am?
-- Rowdy Yates MCSE, Security+, Linux+ I am Against-TCPA http://www.againsttcpa.com