On Tue, 11 Mar 2008, Randall wrote:
>> And, when the friendly helpdesk person tries to log into your
>> computer, can't because you changed the password,
> Nope, doesn't work that way. The helpdesk doesn't use the 'administrator'
> account, but another account set up for them.
That, in my experience, is highly dependent on how your company's
infrastructure is setup, coupled with what needs to be done on your pc.
> Besides, there is no proof that you were the one that changed the
> password. Physical security is bound to be lax (otherwise no need for
> such draconian computer measures; physical security is the only real
> security) so pretty much anyone could have wandered in and changed the
> password. That quasi-legal janitor that can't speak English but seems
> to understand what you say ...
Yes, you very likely would win the lawsuit under those grounds.
Really want to go through a lawsuit so that you can put pictures on your
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