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Nice. I recently wiped an old laptop and re-installed everything, put Chrome on it and when I browsed to a few sites, I realized I'd forgotten I was using ad blockers, and I was shocked at how much uglier and painful sites were to look at with all these ads everywhere. Took care of that right away!
I have an OU for new machines. When a new machine is built, by default it starts life in that OU. HTTP is restricted to only Windows Updates URLs, and you can't go anywhere else until it is validated with all adblocking, antivirus, antimalware, etc.
Once a new machine is certified, it moves to an appropriate OU that gives it access to the rest of the Internet.
Well, Peter asked for a recipe (but hasn't got it yet), and to be honest, all the talk of Shepherd's Pie has made me quite hungry as well.
I know that Griff and the rest try to be helpful by providing nice tips etc, but when you're not used to making a dish, you need to start out using a specific recipe (I do at least)
If I google Shepherd's Pie, I know that I will find a million different recipes. But I don't want to waste my time on a recipe in the hope that it IS actually a good recipe.
So if anybody (UK'an?) has a recipe that is tested and has proven to be "the best damn Shepherd's Pie in the history of Shepherd's Pies", I would really love to get my greasy little fingers on it!
Anything that is unrelated to elephants is irrelephant Anonymous - The problem with quotes on the internet is that you can never tell if they're genuine Winston Churchill, 1944 - I'd just like a chance to prove that money can't make me happy. Me, all the time
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