Re: An estate agent playing fast and loose with customer data?
the only less likely category to do the same would be recruitment agents
19 posts • joined 31 Jul 2018
first every job, DOS era and a Novell Netware server. It was a common mistake when you were in a hurry and to type
f and hit enter instead of f:in order to switch drives . I helpfully wrote a batch file in the public directory so in the search path for everyone called f.bat that consisted of vaguely
echo I bet you meant to type F: you @**&*& idiot.
Luckily the client watching over the salesman's shoulder found it amusing. The batch file remained, but the sarcasm sadly had to go
Done the same - over the suspended ceiling past the secure door, took about 45 seconds and left no trace.
It did have a small raised floor too but I would have to have been desparate to try it. Don't fancy pushing a tile up from underneath nor what I might find on the way.
oh the good old days. seemed to get a lot better when the ODI drivers came out, I eventually managed, with much cursing to get a PC simultaneously running IPX, NDIS and DECnet stacks - with the icing on the cake getting enough up in high memory for windows to start. Getting windows to start was the benchmark ...
Of course if you wanted to add an extra device like a scanner you were stuffed and had to enter the qorld of Quarterdeck. QEMM me up baby!
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