On Tue, 2011-10-18 at 19:21 +0000, Steven Jones wrote:
> Hi,
> Out in the real world however.....
> Problem is when you come to a Windows dominated environment and you
> have ex-windows managers, windows admins and windows useradmins and a
> windows help desk who only want to use IE because that's all they
> understand.  They look for any excuse to not let me deploy a piece of
> Linux orientated kit, so being forced to run Firefox might be it.  You
> may not appreciate the battles I have to get anything Linux on site
> despite having 80%+ of the academics behind me, plus the 600 Mac users
> who feel like second hand citizens because of above attitude.
> It may seem crazy that something so minor to some is an issue but the
> reality is that's how small some ppls minds are and they are in
> charge......
> Also some sites dont allow installation of anything but a particular
> browser....

I sympathize I have been an admin and a consultant at Universities in
the distant past.

Please file bugs you encounter with IE and we will see if we can help
you out, but I cannot promise IE will work perfectly in the immediate


Simo Sorce * Red Hat, Inc * New York

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