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Old 10-22-2008, 07:21 PM   #21
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Our comps are so tied down its crazy. No notepad, no dos, nothing

But we can get into bios, so I'm thinking linux is gonna happen soon.
Pfft, it's people like you we had to watch out for when I managed student computers. There's a reason that schools use security.
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Pfft, it's people like you we had to watch out for when I managed student computers. There's a reason that schools use security.
well, if you didn't block us from playing minesweeper then we wouldn't have this problem.

It sucks being able to complete assignments in one day that should take a week, and then having 4 days to do nothing because the computers are on lockdown.
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the best part about our server is sometimes it logs you in as a Admin by accident, you have all privileges in the pc
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Our security isn't all that tight with computers. The school just spent their time blocking stupid things like Google images. Lots of kids had Starcraft and Quake III demo on their flash drives and H: drives (that's the drive space they give to students).
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yeah, one teacher last year played Halo Trial with us on LAN it was awesome
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Our security isn't all that tight with computers. The school just spent their time blocking stupid things like Google images. Lots of kids had Starcraft and Quake III demo on their flash drives and H: drives (that's the drive space they give to students).
Our school blocks google images for the US, but you can go to Google.co.uk or Google.ca and get on the images there no problem, lol.

Ours are kinda weird. They block some stuff on some systems, and other systems you can do that stuff on. Such as installing stuff. Some you can, some you can't...
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My first year in HS sucked, We were very limited. Then In my 10th grade year i became part of the "administration" on the network. And I could do as I plased. I installed alot of games. And I didnt have any of the website blocking crap.

And I could ban/remove people from the network. I caught a kid looking at porno in one of the computer labs. I removed him for 2 years. He tried to fight it. And the Principal said it was my call. And I caught a kid hacking our networks.
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My first year in HS sucked, We were very limited. Then In my 10th grade year i became part of the "administration" on the network. And I could do as I plased. I installed alot of games. And I didnt have any of the website blocking crap.

And I could ban/remove people from the network. I caught a kid looking at porno in one of the computer labs. I removed him for 2 years. He tried to fight it. And the Principal said it was my call. And I caught a kid hacking our networks.
Ain't that kind of authority nice???
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My first year in HS sucked, We were very limited. Then In my 10th grade year i became part of the "administration" on the network. And I could do as I plased. I installed alot of games. And I didnt have any of the website blocking crap.

And I could ban/remove people from the network. I caught a kid looking at porno in one of the computer labs. I removed him for 2 years. He tried to fight it. And the Principal said it was my call. And I caught a kid hacking our networks.
What was he doing to "hack" your network.

In our school, filters were ran on the network level. So admin, user, principal, IT guy, everyone went thru the filter, period.
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We get up too 100mb on our drives. But we mainly use USB's...

Our old computers were some slow crappy P4's, now we got some C2D 3ghz, but there still slow because we love to destroy them, but now there taking it seriously by wiping people of the server if they do anything to put the computers at risk, and you will have to pay for the damage.

Also, since I'm in an advanced learning class, we get Apple Macs, they are slow too...but it's funny, we all draw on the Screen and copy all the files on the computer like 10 times on the desktop and infect it with viruses..

I changed my background to a retarded spongebob drawing and it scares people lol

And we turn on the "Speaker" mode and put it on full blast and we create a folder named with all sorts of profanity, then we click on it and the computer starts saying all the words, it's so funny.

Another thing we do is we copy those sounds from games like "Headshot", "Holy Shit", "M-m-m-monster Kill", "Godlike" and "Humiliation" and play them on full blast, really pisses the teachers off lolz
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