>>Go get a life you stupid fsck want to be IT admin!!
> Typical Linonut envy.
> FWIW I was well above an I/T (get it right next time please) admin
> when I left the industry and retired.
Well I am an IT admin. You have obviously been out of the loop for
a long time. Nobody, except you it seems, uses I/T today.
Quote:> You obviously haven't a clue as to what change management is about
> which is why you try to cloud the reply with insults.
The problem is the rate of MS security patches and the fact that they
often either don't fix the bug properly, introduce new security bugs
or even crash the system. There are no doubt lazy MS admins as there
are any other IT admins. But many MS admins are just scared to install
Now I've been a *nix admin for well over 10 years and I've never come
across a security patch that didn't fix what it was meant to fix with
no undesired side effects. There again I very rarely need to install
security patches because most of them are for packages that aren't
installed on the systems I admin. These are stripped down hardened
That is why I have time to learn about new things relating to my job
and keep up to date in my field.
> It's a common defense mechanism of the ill informed, of which you are the
> current president, at least in COLA.
> It's obvious you have never worked in the industry.
Well it sounds like you are so out of date that anything you say is
worthless. As for being 'well above an I/T (get it right next time
please) admin' what position is that? A *nix admin is as close to GOD
as you can get. :-)