Robert Sweetnam wrote:
> I have never tried it with NTFS, but no one should really have the OS
> residing on an NTFS partition.
I'd have to disagree with that. The only alternative (with NT4 anyway) is to use
FAT, and that would allow *anyone* to delete chunks of the operating system left
right an centre.
It is a good idea on servers that noone else has access to though, a small (RAID
0) FAT partition for the operating system and the rest NTFS (RAID 5)
> Apologies to all those I promised the password changer to. I meant to bring
> it in to wok today and send it through the LAN connection but I forgot.,
> I'll have it sent on by tomorrow hopefully.........
Well, the link was sent, so that's good enough.
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