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Topic # 150146 12-Jul-2014 20:34
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I've a remote support person "helping" me and I'd like some sort of way to make his head explode .... Cause he's driving me nuts with his randomly clicking on my screen as I try to get him info to solve our problem!!!!!


Gaaahhhhhhh!!!!!

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  Reply # 1087864 12-Jul-2014 20:50
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Now that would be a interesting feature LOLs



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  Reply # 1087867 12-Jul-2014 20:55
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johnr: Now that would be a interesting feature LOLs


And the issue I'm trying to solve is for you guys ... I forgot how much I hate being on call! :-)



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  Reply # 1087868 12-Jul-2014 20:57
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Doing what?

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  Reply # 1087886 12-Jul-2014 21:59
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Whomever invents a way to stab someone in the eyeball over the internet, would be a billionaire :) 


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  Reply # 1087905 12-Jul-2014 22:09
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johnr: Doing what?


From my social media stalking I suspect it's storage related? 


Am I right?


Mark: I've a remote support person "helping" me and I'd like some sort of way to make his head explode .... Cause he's driving me nuts with his randomly clicking on my screen as I try to get him info to solve our problem!!!!!


Gaaahhhhhhh!!!!!



Open this thread in your browser so the remote support guy can read it :)



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  Reply # 1087911 12-Jul-2014 22:40
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insane:
johnr: Doing what?


From my social media stalking I suspect it's storage related? 

Am I right?

Mark: I've a remote support person "helping" me and I'd like some sort of way to make his head explode .... Cause he's driving me nuts with his randomly clicking on my screen as I try to get him info to solve our problem!!!!!

Gaaahhhhhhh!!!!!


Open this thread in your browser so the remote support guy can read it :)


That's right blame storage for every issue like everyone else does, we're the root of all evil you know! ;-)

But I'll not discuss details of the issue, customer stuff and all.

Now where is my "stab people in the face from the comfort of my own home" device ? :-)



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  Reply # 1087919 12-Jul-2014 23:12
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No no, having your SPs run on XP is the root of all evil ;)

Have they thought of using vista yet? :p

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  Reply # 1087922 12-Jul-2014 23:15
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Windows 8.1



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  Reply # 1087925 12-Jul-2014 23:58
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insane: No no, having your SPs run on XP is the root of all evil ;)

Have they thought of using vista yet? :p


"Embedded" XP ... big difference ... honest!! ;-)



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  Reply # 1087926 12-Jul-2014 23:59
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johnr: Windows 8.1


I did hear the engineers were thinking of Windows ME .. security through obscurity and all that ;-)

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  Reply # 1088003 13-Jul-2014 10:41
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johnr: Windows 8.1


You'll be pleased to head the NZ Police just moved to that.  "Hang on, gotta find the 'Arrest' tile"

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