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ddmarshall The Immutable Laws of Security have mutated
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http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh27894...

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Anthony Wells RE: The Immutable Laws of Security have mutated
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Hi ddm ,

Most useful post and coincides with my retirement planning !!

In the autumn , I am moving to a cave/cellar in the Cevennes*** and am presently training the local birds to eat any breadcrumbs I leave around .

Which would be the safest way to send messages to the Forum ?? A runner with cleft stick or an arrow shot randomly into the air (for cloud technology?? :)) ??

Take care

Anthony

PS :*** please don't tell anybody .



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ddmarshall RE: The Immutable Laws of Security have mutated
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A trained wolf will be useful.

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Anthony Wells RE: The Immutable Laws of Security have mutated
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Nice call :)) There are three Alaskan Malamute/Siberian Husky beasts on site , plus four sheep to get past the Cyclops ; will work on the dogs to call in their wild relatives .

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wr RE: The Immutable Laws of Security have mutated
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I agree w/all 10. See my sig. BTW what's happened to Mogs & the CClips? A wish to all for a enjoyable weekend.

Regards, wr








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Anthony Wells RE: The Immutable Laws of Security have mutated
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Hello wr ,

Your absence/infrequency has also been noted :(

The wistful , welsh wordsmith went walkabout around the time he seemed to attract a fistful of malevolent markings on his posts (I also got a few) ; have no contact address for him to see if anything else might be troubling him . As per ddm's link (above) his CClips often provided useful security info/inteersting reading .

Enjoy your weekend as well , O Great Silver One :)) You too ddm .

Anthony





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