Ah! Those halcyon days on WinNT when ***Some people*** would use IE to browse the IIS server's file systems and discover the sysadmin's crib sheet for all those key presses he used to hide from sight by holding up a forearm and typing one-handed. Of course, nobody ever corrupted the copy they left behind.
That was long after ***somebody*** borked the office sysadmin's evil empire by getting a DOS PC, plugging in an HP-IB card and installing Forth so they couldn't claim it was an office machine and we could run what we liked on it.
Nowadays, ***Some people*** have a debian box in similar vein, which is used for "mathematics research" which, inexplicably, also involves creating all the svg icons on the intranet wiki. It is unfortunate that the standard Windows client has no svg editing tools, but there you go, svg is the preferred format and we are all Standards goody-goodies these days, aren't we?
Do you see a common approach to sysadmins in all this? Nothing personal folks, cos you haven't dumped s*** on me.
"Klinger, do you know how many zoots were killed to make that one suit?" — BJ Hunnicutt