Thefluffyadmin on September 29th, 2004

Well this week has been a bit of an emotional rollercoaster when it comes to employment. It all seems to have turned out well though, as today I have a good interview with the people at the media company I was enthousiastic about. Have to spend the next few days at the current job with […]

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Thefluffyadmin on September 22nd, 2004

Its been a bit of a hectic week so far. On sunday evening (!) one of the account managers of my company phoned with the news that he had gotten me a job at one of their frequent customers, a large military-related organisation. Now this came as somewhat of a suprise to me, as I had expected […]

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Thefluffyadmin on September 18th, 2004

BBC NEWS | Technology | Taking computer insecurity seriously (on the effects of the Latest Windows flaw, that can cause jpg image files to execute arbitrary code under the users context, and on the wider implications of security management in the user community) Bill Thomson latest column on the BBC news site, once again, parrallels my own […]

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Thefluffyadmin on September 18th, 2004

Been keeping myself bussy at work with stuff that is reasonably interesting. Oke, first the technical stuff, then the customary ranting. Windows Update still wont work properly. Yesterday I came across some log entries that seemed to indicate hosts where having trouble finding the SUS server. I went back to my group policy and noticed […]

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Thefluffyadmin on September 18th, 2004

Hello everyone. This is my first post at Geekswithblogs.net, and I am happy to be here. Just a little introduction: My name is Robert, (But I prefer my nick Jemimus), and I am a 25 year old system administrator, working for an IT services company in The Hague, Netherlands. In my job I am frequently […]

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