www.freebsd.org won't load in IE 7.x in vista box.

Erich Dollansky oceanare at pacific.net.sg
Thu Oct 18 04:18:32 PDT 2007


Gerard wrote:
> On October 17, 2007 at 07:44PM David Benfell wrote:
> [ ... ]
>> But I believe Firefox is also one of the few pieces of software
>> that can be installed on a Windows system without administrator
>> privileges; you just install it in the user account space, and
>> the Windows system will remember it with the rest of the "user
>> account settings" and not trouble other users of that system
>> with it.
> Please define 'administrator privileges' and how it is used at your place of
> employment. I know of several instances where simply using a piece of software
> that was not pre-authorised by the proper personnel, usually the SA, will get
> you fired. Most system administrators do not want their systems polluted with
> software that they did not install or authorized for use. The reasons are
> quite obvious
do I understand you right?

You say that it is normal that users get fired because system 
administrators are not able to administer their systems properly?

Man, fire the management.


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