[K12OSN] Comment from principal about lab.

Joseph Bishay joseph.bishay at gmail.com
Tue Mar 6 15:12:01 UTC 2007

I guess part of the problem is that much of this work is being done on
a volunteer basis.  Thus increased manhours isn't too daunting if they
can get Windows.


On 3/5/07, Les Mikesell <les at futuresource.com> wrote:
> Joseph Bishay wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > So I thought I would vent here. I was at the school just checking on
> > the lab after a power failure.
> >
> > I was using the boot floppy on the clients and made the comment that
> > hopefully in our new school (see the other thread about a new
> > building.)  we would not need the boot disks. The principal replies
> > with "hopefully in the new school we will have Windows instead of
> > this."
> >
> > * Sigh*  I wonder why I ever bother.
> It might be a good time to point out that if you had Windows 2000, you'd
> be running around manually fixing the time zone on each one since
> updates don't include that.  Add that to your TCO...
> --
>    Les Mikesell
>     les at futuresource.com
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