firstname.lastname@example.org (Doug Miller) wrote in
You can teach your apprentice everything he needs to know to get the job
done properly (and make yourself replacable at that task), but still not
teach him everything. After all, it was Darth Vador who searched the
galaxy for Luke Skywalker and not the emperor. (The signature is based
off of Star Wars.)
Never teach your apprentice everything you know.
Yep. Because, after all, all of the IT admins and anyone else with admin
authority are absolutely pure of heart and would never do anything to abuse
that policy. /sarcasm
Imagine the concern if you were the parent of a high school student
(especially a daughter).
This really falls into the "what were they thinking?" category. It is one
thing, if as an owner of a laptop, you enable this kind of security feature
and have control of when it's activated. It's an entirely different animal
if this feature is present on a computer issued by someone else with a
remote IT staff.
There is never a situation where having more rounds is a disadvantage
On Fri, 19 Feb 2010 21:19:07 -0700, the infamous Mark & Juanita
Well, you know that (given the make of the computer) those were very
liberal administrators who sent out the computers. Maybe they really
_were_ dumb to the possibility of abuse.
"Just think of the tragedy of teaching children not to doubt."
-- Clarence Darrow
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