"Last Week, our phone guy decided to reinstall the OS on our main voice mail server. Since it was running a 'lowly' copy of the Windows 200 Pro, he decided that it needed a 'server-grade' OS, and bought Microsoft Windows 2003 Server for Small Businesses. He installed in near the end of the week, and them took time off to put a new roof in his house.
Well, this morning, the machine in question shut itself off. I turned it on, it shut itself off again in a couple of hours. I looked in the event log, and found that the machine was turning itself off because we violated the EULA by not setting it up as a domain controller.
Yep. Just because we didn't need to autenticate users, the machine keeps shutting itself off. Isn't that user-fiendly?"
Of course, I'm the "crazy one", here and anywhere, for not trusting what big corporations do with their closed source productus and by deciding, by themselves, what I CAN or not CAN do with the software they want me to use to solve what I have to do....
That's why I ended up, here, to be just the little pinguin.... :-)