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Topic # 145427 17-May-2014 13:27
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i found this gem from a uni in the US in regards to their recent windows 7 issue

seasoned professionals might get a kick out of it

read the bottom first to understand what happend :)

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  Reply # 1046970 17-May-2014 13:50
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Would you suggest starting at the bottom first?

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  Reply # 1046971 17-May-2014 13:53
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HP did a very similar thing with a bank in Ozzy, to some 9000 PC's. SCCM is powerful but you must respect and understand it.


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  Reply # 1046976 17-May-2014 14:05
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Dynamic: Would you suggest starting at the bottom first?

yes, sorry updated the post

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  Reply # 1047069 17-May-2014 16:22
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surprised that was my face while reading that. Someone must be curled up in a corner crying after that nightmare rolled out.

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  Reply # 1047114 17-May-2014 17:25
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Wow....just wow....

This is why you must read through all setup guides and test completely before rolling solutions out to production

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  Reply # 1047146 17-May-2014 18:56
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Hopefully they never discover rm -rf /

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  Reply # 1047206 17-May-2014 20:37
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Well given the task sequence started with a repartition it has the same effect, but worse, as rm -rf.

I cannot imagine the butt clench of the munt who deployed to the All Systems collection.

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