begin Gerard J Keating quotation:
> if you don't share the files to the network, then you would have to
> use the doze box to do the backup.
My tuppence ha'penny on the matter: Shops that give in the
pointy-haired demand for workstation backup are making a stratetic
mistake: Files of interest to the enterprise should reside on Samba
shares or equivalent, for reasons of data protection and so appropriate
managers and co-workers can have access.
(My view, yours for a modest royalty payment. And you can certainly
find rabid disagreement, without looking very hard.)
Cheers, "Java is COBOL 2.0."
Rick Moen -- Deirdre Saoirse Moen
rick at linuxmafia.com
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