Thefluffyadmin on August 24th, 2004

Omg. I am continuously perplexed at how corperate IT is run around the world. Here is another halarious example. Microsoft started distributing their new Service Pack 2 via Automatic Updates last week, but had to stop short of updating Windows XP Proffesional PC’s, because as it turns out, there are rather a lot of businesses […]

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Thefluffyadmin on August 20th, 2004

This book is great! I have not even read a single page, but I am already convinced of the superiority of this book.. genious. Microsoft’s FretDFire weblog alerted me to this title, and I can just imagine myself getting this book for an IT-managers birthday or something! lol! But seriously.. the rift between managers and Geeks, […]

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Thefluffyadmin on August 20th, 2004

Just finished a week of ad-hoc patch management at DSM again. Its amazing to me that a company that needs to be as secure as DSM, would allow so many of their mission-criticle pc’s to go completely unmanaged, and thus unpatchedm and un-backuped. This time round, used my proxy account to update most of the […]

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Thefluffyadmin on August 10th, 2004

I should have been wearing my T-Shirt. So I come home. Now the house is aproximatly 3 times warmer than the outside air. So I open all the windows. Now, just so you understand the situation, I am sick as a pig. Its been 30 degreet out, then it started raining, so now I, and […]

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Thefluffyadmin on August 6th, 2004

First of all, the cloud-cover for 2 days has caused the air to cool to somewhat more tollerable levels. Then today, during a cofee break from my studies, one of the delivery managers (that is fancy-talk for personel managers), came round and commented on my involvent with an upcoming Sharepoint Portal project for one of the customers. […]

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