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This contest is great; it’s like a support group for IT folks. Here are some of the things that have happened to me in about 10 years in the field…
Our Mac users are our worst offenders for not cleaning out old email and data files that are no longer needed. (Some more than others). No one, and that means NO ONE including the President's office, is given unlimited quotas.
The Novell Storage Manager 3.0 for eDirectory doc set is now available online. Sorry about the delay.
This PHB is one of the good guys. He used to be an engineer. He’s got good intentions. But, you know, management responsibilities are the corporate equivalent of a pre-frontal lobotomy in the best of cases.
The electrician shook his head and assured me everything was grounded properly and that I shouldn't worry my "pretty little head about such technical stuff". Strike 1 for Pointy Haired Electrician (aka PHE).
TM: I see 2 specifications in the Directory Services section
YM: That was more than a month ago, now there are about 8 specifications
No More AD Chaos: Novell File Management Suite Brings Even Greater Control to File Storage in Active Directory Environments
Check out this new Novell Connection magazine article by Ken Baker. Learn how the enhancements to Novell File Management Suite bring an end to file management chaos in your Active Directory environments.
Novell File Management Suite now offers feature parity in Active Directory environments!
Where can I put my most important files so I won't lose them?
I'll balance them on top of the trash can so the Janitor knows it's not part of the actual trash.
User: I need help, I have a important meeting and I'm unable to show my presentation, stored on my USB stick.
Here is your highly redundant, multi-million dollar, SAN running a highly-available cluster ensuring that all data and services such as GroupWise are always available to the business.
Just the other day a gentleman comes over to our desk with a rather large amount of papers stapled together. It seems that one of our divisional drives (almost 2 TB in size with about 14 million files and countless thousands of directories that are nested) was the victim of an unfortunate accident.
I had implemented a quota system for my departmental server at a hospital. One of the social workers was continually running up against the quota and continued to complain about the lack of space. I explained that non-work related items should not be stored on the server as a it was a misuse of resources and perhaps she should consider storing those items off to a floppy or CD.