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Founder and Managing Partner of Grove Street Studios, creator of Droptor, published author, lover of all things beer, Director of Safety at the Black Mesa Research Facility.


Apr
16
comment Computer volume drops when USB deviced plugged in
Interesting, didn't know that setting existed. Thanks. It stopped happening on it's own, so I can't confirm this.
Jul
12
comment Adobe Acrobat 9.0 professional crashes without error on Windows Server 2008 RS under terminal services
Doh! Thanks. I had to install 9.3.1, 9.3.2 and 9.3.3 and it now works.
Jun
21
comment Outlook crashes on calendar view
40858 didn't work, thanks though; I'll contact host.
Jun
21
comment Outlook crashes on calendar view
That QB article is for O2000, and describes Outlook starting slowly. My Outlook does not start slowly. It runs quite fast.
Apr
1
comment Top ten security tips for non-technical users
Why on earth is this on superuser? This question meets all of the criteria in the FAQ -- serverfault.com/faq. Very odd.
Mar
31
comment Top ten security tips for non-technical users
@Warner - All good points about local admin. We are a technology consultancy with a mixed staff of technical and non-technical folks. We are small and haven't had issues with local admin. But you are right, it really depends on the environment.
Mar
31
comment Top ten security tips for non-technical users
@Warner - Thanks, fixed!
Mar
31
comment Top ten security tips for non-technical users
The down vote was my error, but I can't seem to change it. I think if you edit your answer (add a space or something) I can fix this.
Mar
31
comment Top ten security tips for non-technical users
Thanks for the thoughtful answer. We have good policies, etc, that are signed. To be clear I'm looking for a good list of top tips to help foster behavior that boosts security in end-users. (We don't have malware/virus issues, etc. I don't understand all the fuss about being a local admin. As of an article I read a few years ago this is the default setting as MSFT corp.)
Mar
31
comment Top ten security tips for non-technical users
@Farseeker - this is not a superuser.com question. This is for a work network.
Mar
31
comment Top ten security tips for non-technical users
We are a small business, so we don't have an full-time IT department. Good tips, though. Thanks.
Mar
31
comment Top ten security tips for non-technical users
+ Untrustworthy web site is a good one.
Mar
31
comment Top ten security tips for non-technical users
This is our work network, yes. Patches, firewall, backups, etc are all taken care of @ the GPO/IT team level. Updates for their own software, though, are important. I'll mention that.
Mar
31
comment Top ten security tips for non-technical users
Thanks. Re: social enginerring examples, yes, I usually like to talk about the clipboard+work jumpsuit invisibility. The USB is a great example.
Mar
31
comment Top ten security tips for non-technical users
Thanks. We have good backups in place. We are going to deploy TrueCrypt shares to protect the data on laptops. Strong passwords + examples are definitely worth a mention. Thanks.
Mar
24
comment Opening an .htaccess file in Eclipse opens a new instance of Eclipse
Thanks, that did it!