Not only that, but being HAPPY that it met 75%!
Sure you might have arranged a lovely 75% figure in your KPI reports, but that doesn't mean you should be aiming for that.
11 posts • joined 15 Mar 2011
"Forget Apple: they don’t do choice, so you’re wasting your time there"
I can confirm, that I specifically paid the extra to get the higher-res, and MATTE screen. Apple bash ahoy!
A friend has the glossy screen, and it does make some colours look much better, but I just prefer matte :)
Really? Did you even play the game? If you had you'd know that you don't always get one skill point when levelling up, you sometimes get two, and you can't put all of your points into one tree, forcing you to have some diversity - unlike WoW which until you've spent 41 points (or whatever number it is now) forces you to spend your points in one tree only.
>Surely Wsus-ers could just NOT approve the update? Who in their right mind lets all updates >auto approve? Especially a service pack!
Unfortunately something seems to have overridden the controls that allow you to only automatically approve certain updates. Possibly an SBS2008 issue...
This fixed the issue for us:
Boot to repair your computer, cancel repair, select Advanced Options and run a command prompt:
just do notepad exe, open reboot.xml
<?xml version='1.0' encoding='utf-8'?>
<DeleteKeyValue path="\Registry\Machine\COMPONENTS" name="PendingRequired"/>
copy that out and drop it into your pending.xml at the top
reboot and voila!
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