what does something being newsworthy have to do with judiciary banning camera drones?
79 posts • joined 13 Apr 2007
Looks like there is a new version:
Antivirus firm Intego today reported that it has discovered a new variant of the "MACDefender" malware that ups the ante by not requiring an administrator password for installation. The step is accomplished by installing the application only for the current user.
The article said training was included with the price of blackhawks and spares.
They will need training anyway on the refurbed engines\avionics on the Puma (cost not included)
Wouldn't the MOD deploy them to a unit that arent on operations.
The refurbed Pumas will not available for 2 years..
>>That's exactly wrong. The majority of their cash flow does come from the devices. iTunes just
about breaks even and is only there to sell iPods and iPhones<<
Apple Apparently Turned $570 Million Profit from ITunes Last Year
Itunes is a monopoly but there is nothing illegal about apple having a monopoly, for instance apple controls %80 of the the UK digital music market but its not breaking any laws.
I think you are telling porkies about 50% of your imaginary poll, bit like the 20% of people using macs figure you made up - mac has nearly 5% market share
What sort of company lets people bring there own machines in and plug them on to the corp network?
Indeed, that would be User A
So when User B, who has no admin rights clicks on itunes, how is iTunes, which *should* be running with the privileges of User B, able to make kernel/system changes to a level that requires a complete system reboot?
The windows installer service would not let this happen unless something has been authored in to the package - if that was the case user b would be prompted to elevate access and would need to enter an admin account and password.
The point you are missing is the devs are writing applications and packages that are doing this by ignoring guidelines\best pracises - in this case apple if what you said is really happening...
eventvwr - application log ?
The windows installer service will not let a standard user install any packages, you must have installed the package with elevated rights.. when the next user logs and launches the app any parts of the application that are not in that users profile are then added... as I said itunes is a crappy installer that must have a reboot authored into the package by apple, not MS.
Take a look at the application log even you should be able to work out what is going on..
6) Itunes does the "Running itunes for the first time" thing, thrashes about a bit and then declares "The system must be rebooted"
You are clueless.. How can you blame the way apple have authored their crappy installation package that tries to sneak on AppleSoftwareUpdate, Bonjour, MobileMe, QuickTime on Microsoft?
It is a package manager - it may not wander offline and get packages but msiexec.exe manages installation\upgrade\removal of msi packages down to the component level..
If the browser vendors supplied validated MSI's to MSI they would get installed something like:
msiexec /i firefox_3.0.5.msi /qb!
Do install the Beta only on a dedicated test computer.
Don't install the Beta if you're uncomfortable troubleshooting your own PC problems
That said only a numpty would have missed the Where do you want to install Windows screen and it changed your BIOS settings???
Oh and Don't install the Beta if you're uncomfortable troubleshooting your own PC problems, lol
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