On October 17, 2007 at 07:44PM David Benfell wrote:
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But I believe Firefox is also one of the few pieces of software
that can be installed on a Windows system without administrator
privileges; you just install it in the user account space, and
the Windows system will remember it with the rest of the "user
account settings" and not trouble other users of that system
Please define 'administrator privileges' and how it is used at your place of
employment. I know of several instances where simply using a piece of software
that was not pre-authorised by the proper personnel, usually the SA, will get
you fired. Most system administrators do not want their systems polluted with
software that they did not install or authorized for use. The reasons are
do I understand you right?
You say that it is normal that users get fired because system
administrators are not able to administer their systems properly?
Man, fire the management.
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