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Weaponized Autism
Mar 26, 2006

All aboard the Gravy train!

I do all my shitposting in Production.

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Weaponized Autism
Mar 26, 2006

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They were taking X-Rays by making the patients stand on their heads?

Weaponized Autism
Mar 26, 2006

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Lol larch stop proposing things.

Weaponized Autism
Mar 26, 2006

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larchesdanrew posted:


I bitch about him but I love this school, man. Itís been such a huge influence on my life, especially growing up. It changes lives and I want to see it continue succeeding. Iím not going to let my hatred of this guy stop me from trying to make this place the best it can be. If I can set some plans in motion before I leave that the next guy can pick up, then thatís what Iíll do

That's admirable and fingers crossed you leave some plans behind that lead to progress

Weaponized Autism
Mar 26, 2006

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Weedle posted:

Yeah I think the bigger question here is why the “server room” is also the water heater closet

It was sold to them as a water cooling solution.

Weaponized Autism
Mar 26, 2006

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I spent about 2 months putting together a server naming convention and getting management buy-in, only to result in my own manager not using it and everyone continuing to use hard-coded IPs anyway.

Weaponized Autism
Mar 26, 2006

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My coworker: "Why don't we document our static IPs in our password manager? We used to do this."

Me: "Password manager is for passwords. The static IPs are already documented on SharePoint plus our assets tool. Why do you want it documented in a third place that we now have to manage and keep track of?"

I sense im going to lose this battle.

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Weaponized Autism
Mar 26, 2006

All aboard the Gravy train!

The Fool posted:

While your second argument is better, any password manager worth a poo poo is going to support arbitrary data and can be used to store any potentially sensitive information.

1password support 18 different data types, including just adding a document, and most of the data types support custom fields.

Keepass lets you create templates using custom fields and allows you to attach documents to any entry.

Oh I agree, and I've been trying to get my company to move towards a more robust, centralized solution. Just that when you have an aging IT staff who've never thought about security its a constant uphill battle.

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