Either way, you'd think they would just cough up the 20 quid wouldn't you.
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Either way, you'd think they would just cough up the 20 quid wouldn't you.
I can only do that if i take a small mining ring on my ssto spaceplane. I have had a kerbal, minimus, laythe run before.
Shit. Not again. Been up playing KSP and its leaking into real life.
If the default password wasnt so constrained then it wouldnt be an issue though.
It cant port forward correctly, the wifi is shit, cant change lan ip, cant block lanside ports exiting, cant prioritise traffic, do i really need to go on?
Luckily i had an old dell sonicwall from work ive been using but there are loads of cheap routers out there.
I work in a school. The USB ports are safe because they all have chewing gum in them.
@martin. How about get away scot free almost?
Ive hit targets at 1000yrds (with a gpmg....)
seriously good going to hit with a rifle.
So amazon, thats a lot of advertising revenue you have. Shame if our users suddenly couldnt go to your site.
We have a stamp that says 'unwanted' and do the same.
My phone bill has always been abou 10 quid for as long as i remember. I always get more for my 10 quid each year too. Now i get my data allowance in the eu for free.
Vodaphone roaming charges tool says spain to spain calls are both roam free and out of allowance. Seems not all operators will gouge an international call for intra country calling in EU.
Cheap chinapad will emulate all sorts of guff. Mine even plays playstation stuff.
Harrier is old hat now yes. But the AV8B on the otherhand is pretty much up to date. The usmc want to hold onto them. They are a multirole carrier capable aircraft and only lack supersonic capability.
They can mount AMRAAMs for cheap AA and have a decent upgraded radar.
Wonder what tech they are based on.....
Every windows 10 update has been a complete fuck about with gpos. Each ipdate breaks something that worked in previous builds. Be it lock screens, start menu XML, default program assignments, per user apps. The list goes on.
10 is a horrid experience every 6 months.
Not all 3D implementations are a waste of time (like TV sets). Elite Dangerous on Oculus rift is awesome. I am lucky that I don't have glasses and don't get motion sickness. I also have decent neck muscles too. Seriously though, the game looks spectacular in 3D.
I know of two. One when i was a lowly apprentice at British Leyland, DAF mandated a new IT system. It was a monster with robotic tape library (8 drive lord knows what capacity). This replaced some weird bespokeish system.
The second was after i finished Uni and BAe were shutting down strand road in Preston. They amalgamated and partially replaced Warton systems to accommodate. That was a years hands on after my HnD. They paid for my final year BSc too which was nice.
We do the same but with vms on a clustered host. Management is simple with tools, the only real extra cost is storage as vm licensing is cheap enough. I dont duplicate offsite though as one of the clusters is in a different part of the site.
Backups are different of course, they go to another part of the site.
Problem is kost IT managers see the free audit and recommendations as salesmen trying to sell shit. So they wont learn.
Better to take the audit for tye reports and ignore the phone for a month.
Dont worry citizen. Most forum comments will be deemed thought crime in a few years. The citizens posting them will be in reeducation.
Strong and stable reeducation. Nothing to see here please move along.
I heard terrorists have used mobile phones too. Best ban those. I reckon they shopped in tescos, asda, morrisons and sainsburys. Passport control and bag search at the entrance just in case.
Last time i used windows server backup it was still incremental only from that day you start unless you dig into scripting. You couldnt specify full to incremental ratio and merging backups wasnt possible.
Ill stick with veeam unless things have become more flexible.
Its the burns on your arms that show ypuve serviced old kit. Never underestimate the number of hot things in old kit.
Since i introduced our staff to recuva they see recuva as a valid way of using usb pens....
My first 286 laptop had twin floppy drives and twin battery bays. Lugging that around made sure you werent fat.
if you don't get one then don't use it. Otherwise turn roaming off and back on again, it isn't hard and depends on what risk you have to spending money. I have a very low risk when it comes to mobiles (Go walking in the lakes and you can roam to the isle of man up Scafell Pike for example).
the first text you get (after the phone starts roaming) should tell you WHERE it is roaming from.
if I lived there I would just get another sim. Its not that hard or expensive to swap sims if you travel.
I do that sort of thing in KSP all the time. Plus why don't they put rapiers on this thing so they can SSTO too.
Flash is head to head with Java.
Team America (world police) was a fantastic documentary. You should watch it.
Shall we play a game?
No, they chase you for PPI and whiplash claims.
Zero roaming costs? That will be THREE then. I was using my three contract including data years ago. Came in handy in disneyland for the queue app. Used it on holiday as a mobile hotspot when driving too.
The ones in the air stopped after landing as they couldnt disembark. Some were sat on the tarmac for 3 hours.
The cloud will save us all!
Non english speaking cleaner mixed the 'cleaner socket' with 'top of rack' socket. Thar she blows!
Said the same to our bean counter. Either give me the money for 2 identicals systems or the money for one and log my concern. Money for 1.5 wont work.
NAS drives too, some Seagate offerings had internet facing options. I doubt they will have patches or people know how to SSH.
Gibraltar wont go back to spain. The same way spain wont be stupid enough to jeopardise their tourist economy. Afterall, Mexico is getting just as cheap as a decent spanish holiday now.
Thats a bargain. Our dell SSD was three times that a couple of years ago.
Our w10 image is 2gb less than our w7 image. Mainly because of patches. The software installed is identical.
Data churn isnt that bad. My desktop has an old 250gb OCZ agility. It is about 4 years old daily use. It hasnt started remapping yet.
My laptop is a 3yo heavily used samsung 250gb and that says 95pct life left with 0 remaps. That is an MLC too.
An email server will probably fare worse of course.
The premium is still high for multi Tb capacities though. Sure, down in the 250gb area prices have dropped enough that we haven't had hdd desktops in 2 years now. But for the servers there is only one SSD and thats the image cache.
Of course you can have a refund. The triplicate form is available by mail only. Needs countersigning by your local tax office (by hand). Photocopy (not picture ) of your original registration. Then may take up to 4 weeks (if it isnt lost).
I remember one of our feeder schools buying a hundred school PCs from dell. Each one had a switchable PSU (sold by their school divison). Their IT teacher phoned me up after a week due to each one blowing up, I advised him to glue gun the switches next time.....
I guess they were charging for endpoint anti-virus not intercept-x
we disable office VBA by default, PDFs are via fox not adobe. If a user wants macros then they sit through a lunch job of "DONT CLICK STUFF YOU DONT UNDERSTAND" session.
Thing is, intercept-x (we use the onsite version) is cheap. We pay less than a fiver per machine as an "add on" to endpoint. It hasn't triggered over the weekend but has triggered for other things in the past.
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