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Old 10-21-2008, 08:41 PM   #1
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Default For our school, this is great. Kudos to people who put things on shared drives

Someone at our school put Project 64 on the Shared G drive with a ton of other stuff, like Firefox installs and Winrar also toonel (an application that uses ssl for a proxy) It was sooo great today, everyone in our ADV.Comm Tech class was playing NFL Blitz for N64! FTW

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Old 10-22-2008, 01:04 AM   #2
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At our school if we share or play games we get wiped off the server

EDIT: but i still play anyway, i just store games on my USB, rename them to like "maths assignment" or whatever and play non stop
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Default Re: For our school, this is great. Kudos to people who put thins on shared drives

Back when I was at college, I mostly came on here, didn't really enjoy games at college.
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Default Re: For our school, this is great. Kudos to people who put thins on shared drives

When I was in high school, by default students could not share files with each other, your drive was locked down and only accessible by you and people with appropriate access, and the shared drives with crap on them were non writable by students.

However I setup a file server for a specific course, and any of the students of this course were able to share files with eachother. Which was only 10% of the school or so however.
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When I was in high school, the students didn't have their own fileshares nor a shared drive. It was simple... if you had a floppy, save it there. The computers were too old to have CD burners and most of the computers only had one USB port in the back, so people thought they couldn't use flash drives, even though the computers had Windows 2000 or better. (except for the VL5s which had 98SE) But since I was faculty, I got my own file share plus a folder on the Technology Services server for public view within the department (usually where I posted my daily notes and such). Plus my own e-mail account including access to the Technology Services Help Desk account, Infinite Campus access, etc.
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Default Re: For our school, this is great. Kudos to people who put thins on shared drives

check out the pics....
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How much space do you have? On my faculty file share, they only gave me 500 MB.
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60 gigs....
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You sonuvabitch.... LOL j/k
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You sonuvabitch.... LOL j/k
hehe! it's awesome....
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