Being a former Unix guy, I can certainly appreciate the usefulness of the command line.
However, (and I know this is blasphemy)…when configuring CISCO ASA, why couldn’t they like, put more of an emphasis on utilizing the
nice friendly GUI?
I mean, geez it’s 2016…
Went & set up IT for our companies 4th remote office.
came back sick
Couldn’t install add-on client components for SQL 2008R2…basically failing
performance counter registry check…
So, the googles produced this little gem:
setup.exe /ACTION=install /SKIPRULES=PerfMonCounterNotCorruptedCheck“
I’ve thought about this stuff a fair bit, but I like this one:
“Many Christians do not understand the difference between a calling and paid employment. A calling is what God created you to do. It is what will make a permanent difference in the world. Paid employment is what you do to support yourself and your family.”