The End User Virus

This is the same user from my story i create my own problems then bitch about them:
today’s incident was first she couldnt launch the accounting software. I think ok lets see what the error is.
So i look at it and and see the shortcut goes no place further examination the drive map is gone
remap the drive program luanches
then 5 minutes later she comes over her password didnt work
she wanted to know why i changed it
i dont have access to the accounting software
she calls the accountant who is a moron and he cant figure it out
kicks back to me says it’s not the software it’s my problem btw this accountant hadnt heard of business using active directory ever and dint understand why it was used.
Found he had made or had her make a new shortcut that threw up a memory access error
i find he pointed to a new drive and a different directory that is not where the data is grrr….
deleted his drive map
mapped it back to where it was
copied back over the short cut from the directory and it worked this time

2 thoughts on “The End User Virus

  1. So in essence, because you helped her, you screwed it all up. Kinda like how installing Firefox for them means you’re preventing them from finding an email they deleted 7 years ago…

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