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No. They i think they install something that alerts them when someone inserts a USB device so they can send the Spanish Inquisition up to confiscate your computer, box up every paper on your desk, and put you in stocks at the main entrance so passers-by can pelt you with rotten vegetables.
".45 ACP - because shooting twice is just silly" - JSOP, 2010 ----- You can never have too much ammo - unless you're swimming, or on fire. - JSOP, 2010 ----- When you pry the gun from my cold dead hands, be careful - the barrel will be very hot. - JSOP, 2013
Well, at least the machines that you do have apparently had TPM 2 on them. We're still in process of replacing all our domain machines for W10 compliance (we had TPM 1), and I had the distinct joy of disabling all W7 machines a couple weeks ago.
You guys need to petition for someone to get ISSO status in your shop. Sec+ and DAA/Commander's memo is all that DODI 8570 requires for IAT I designation, which would be appropriate for local administration.
"There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics."
- Benjamin Disraeli
Just be careful if she says she's going to get a cot: for sleeping on or for finger tip?
(but we deviate)
How dose one treat such a comment? I'd like to inject something humerus, here, I've RN out of ideas.
Not only practical, but aesthetically pleasing in and of it's own right.
Actually, in real life, I even had a view-camera for a while, loading with sheet film.
And the quality was worth it. They're still around.
. . . skip many steps . . .
Now, my current favorite is a Kodak Z990 - last camera before the bankruptcy. 30x Schneider zoom - crystal clear throughout the range. Super Macro's my favorite when not stuck doing photos of family and such.
For those of us who never progressed to the SLR level a phone camera can give better resolution than a lot of cameras, especially if it is a few years old. I dumped my old cannon SLR when my phone did a better job.
Never underestimate the power of human stupidity
I still scan some things - mostly Herselfs photo collection - and I also use it to copy documents (I like a copy of everything I'm supposed to sign so I can refer back to it later if needed).
It's also damn useful if you need a little OCR.
Frankly I'm surprised printers have survived this long - I use mine as a printer mostly for personalised birthday / other cards these days.
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
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A funny story: I have a flatbed scanner in my home office that mostly stays turned off. My wife has one of those 'all-in-ones' with a scanner in her office. When she needs to scan, she will bring whatever documents so that I can scan them and email them to her. Why not use her own...because the last time she tried to use it (years ago) it didn't work, and besides, that would mean having to move all the files/folders stacked on top of it. It's just easier if I do it for her!
Haha, sadly I understand the situation all too well. Having to scan means uncovering the all-in-one so that I can open it, then unplug all the cords from my laptop (which is difficult to replug back in because the power cord has to be positioned just right so that it charges), move it across the room and plug it in, wait for it to scan, reposition it if the page didn't scan correctly or moved. It's a 10 minute ordeal when I can get just as clear and well positioned document with my camera in half a minute.