Next month (June 2012) marks the 100th consecutive monthly meeting of the Kentucky Small Business Server User Group (KYSBSUG).
You know you’re an old SBS Geezer when this is in your desk drawer:
Sadly, I’m even older than that.
I still have my original copies 4.0 and 4.0a around here too.
Back in my day, we had NINE planets, and we were thankful!
I’ve been saving up my crazy screen shots for a while, here are a few.
Photos from the future:
Back to the future:
He’s dead, Jim:
And this is what killed him, Jim:
Anti-virus definition version mismatch?
UAC dares you to click Continue:
9-year-old XP Pro Service Pack 2 box spotted in the wild:
Awesome failwhale page on the Lokerz.com website:
What is he doing to that pyramid?
My ancestors started this StorageCraft ShadowProtect backup:
Last, but not least…
As an IT admin, you try to protect people from bad things on the Internet.
You try telling people not to surf ‘personal’ stuff at work, but do they listen?
Nope, they do not.
And what happens when Trend Micro blocks your surfing habits when you’re logged into a Windows Multipoint Server?
EVERY EMPLOYEE on the WMS sees this message too:
Nice job, dude. I tried to warn you…