Do you have “Offer Remote Assistance” working on your existing Windows 7 deployment? Are you doing in place upgrades to Windows 10 on those machines?
If so, you may run into a difficult to troubleshoot error when trying to offer unsolicited remote assistance using a non-administrator group.
And, that makes 13 years.
I missed it, but that’s 12 years.
And, that makes 11 years.
As promised last week, here’s another glimpse of 15 years ago. We’ve both changed over the years, we’ve had ups, we’ve had downs, we’ve added a couple of offspring, but we’re still going strong. (Even when Alisha is pushing her comfort level to please the kids.)
What a difference 15 years, eating better, exercising more and lots of other changes can make. Yes, that is the same shirt. The jeans in 1999 were 34x32s and stretched to their limit. Today it’s 32×32 and require a belt to keep up. In 1999, I couldn’t walk up a flight of stairs without getting winded, now I’m running 2+ miles 3 days a week and I’ve run 2 5Ks in under 32 min each time.
I won’t mention why I was standing in front of Bill Smith Auto Parts, groggy eyed (and probably starting to get hung over) 15 years ago.
How’s that for a throwback Thursday? And, next Thursday will be another one.
10 years later, still following the crowd!
After 9+ years, I figured it was time to change the look.
The current header image is part of a shot I took at Mammoth Cave last fall. I’ll probably add some other header images, maybe with some more techie content eventually.
I’m making a conscious effort to start writing here again. I feel kind of like Twitter has destroyed my ability to write anything longer than 140 characters.
All the 5 AM breakfasts, all the Iroquois County Fair demo derbies we went to, all the Old Settlers tractor pulls I drug you to, all the early mornings when I was detasseling. All the memories I have are good, you were always there, with a smile, never really angry with anyone. Here’s to hoping there’s a cold PBR, a dirt floor in a machine shed and a rusty stool for you to sit on, you’ll be happy forever back with Grandma Max.
Rest in Peace, you will be missed.