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Ack! I hate that stuff.
Our local council knew they would be busy throughout April, so they reduced the hours they would communicate by phone to 09:00 to 13:00, Mon to Fri only. (This apparently counts as "logic" in government circles.) So you ring them - not out of choice - and you go on hold. They have three "tunes", each more hideous that the last. And worse, the muzak keeps stopping every couple of minutes, letting you think that you are about to speak to a human. Ten seconds later, it continues as if nothing had happened. (Until 13:00, when it just says "Sorry, our lines are closed" and disconnects you.)
Many years ago when we had hold music we stuck the "Monty Python Sings" CD in there, and left it to it. That stopped after the boss got put on hold and found "Sit on my face, and tell that you love me" playing to him.
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
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Musac now days is loud and mostly unintelligible, with as you say a voice coming on every so often to inform you of how important your call is to them and you will be serviced soon. Well I feel serviced every time I call them...and here I speak specifically of the VA!
Everyone has a photographic memory; some just don't have film. Steven Wright
In effort to comply/conform/create (one of those...don't really know which one) there was a move to put documents on line/in our system so that they could be viewed and or worked on outside of the office. Good, fine, useful. Now the project I am working on, is a senior citizen, it's been around long enough so I was originally told it would not be entered on the new system (fair enough, there are too many bodies not very deeply buried). I was told off for not using the latest version of the test spec which is on the new system... But... Oh !
So I'm trying to setup an Azure environment using an ARM template.
Apparently there's a project type for that in VS2017 with a couple of predefined templates.
Too bad it just doesn't work
The template I chose creates an app service plan and an app service in the location of the resource group (West Europe), but the application insights is hard wired to East US.
After fixing that I'd expect the AI to be linked to the app service, but that isn't happening.
I read the documentation, tried examples, read some blogs from people who already solved it, but nothing works.
As a last resort I tried fixing it with PowerHell directly, but to no avail.
So I went in the portal and it seems there's been an (breaking) update to AI, but that's nowhere in the docs...
Thanks Mickeysoft, I got nothing done in the past two hours or so.
Guess I'll skip automatic deployment of AI for now
I don't think it's the content or the fact that it's a grown man that is a little bit "off" about this. It's the hand gestures and that smug little half smile. That's what makes you want to deliver a slap upside the head