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  1. BoaterDave

    BoaterDave Guest

    IE\Properties\Advanced\Security. Settings. Checkbox - 'Allow Software to run or install even if signature is invalid'.

    If advice was given to "put a checkmark to it and reboot" - would you consider this good advice? TIA

    David
     
    BoaterDave, Aug 4, 2007
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  2. Hello there brother......why don't you post the problem that was stated originally that resulted in the advise given below? Oh yeah......THAT would put things in context and not serve your stupid quest at all.

    IE\Properties\Advanced\Security. Settings. Checkbox - 'Allow Software to run or install even if signature is invalid'.

    If advice was given to "put a checkmark to it and reboot" - would you consider this good advice? TIA

    David
     
    BoaterDavesEvilTwin, Aug 4, 2007
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  3. BoaterDave

    BoaterDave Guest

    Hello - I suspect you're no true brother of mine! Such a fellow wouldn't
    have spelt adiviCe with an 's'.

    Do you feel that disabling an IE security feature is a *good* thing to do
    when in pursuit of one's problems?

    When you refer to my 'stupid quest' do you mean my trying to find those
    on-line who seek to harm us?

    David

    *******************************************************************************


    Hello there brother......why don't you post the problem that was stated
    originally that resulted in the advise given below? Oh yeah......THAT would
    put things in context and not serve your stupid quest at all.

    IE\Properties\Advanced\Security. Settings. Checkbox - 'Allow Software to run
    or install even if signature is invalid'.

    If advice was given to "put a checkmark to it and reboot" - would you
    consider this good advice? TIA

    David
     
    BoaterDave, Aug 5, 2007
    #3
  4. 1. Hello - I suspect you're no true brother of mine! Such a fellow wouldn't
    have spelt adiviCe with an 's'.

    Sorry about that. I guess it shows that not everyone is as perfect as you.


    2. Do you feel that disabling an IE security feature is a *good* thing to do
    when in pursuit of one's problems?

    It is when trying to diagnose a problem. You conveniently left out where the person who gave that advise also went on to state that it's not a good idea to leave that setting like that and was only to see if the OP could then get the MS updates to install properly. Context Dave. Context.

    3. When you refer to my 'stupid quest' do you mean my trying to find those
    on-line who seek to harm us?

    Tell me Dave...do you consider yourself one of the "good guys"? Would a good guy underhandedly obtain a password to access a server from which he had been given a lifetime ban? Don't deny you have done this because you have admitted it elsewhere. This should make people think you are one of the "good guys"? It tells me you can not be trusted and that YOU may very likely be one of the "bad guys". It appears you believe that the ends justify the means, but it doesn't.



    Hello - I suspect you're no true brother of mine! Such a fellow wouldn't
    have spelt adiviCe with an 's'.

    Do you feel that disabling an IE security feature is a *good* thing to do
    when in pursuit of one's problems?

    When you refer to my 'stupid quest' do you mean my trying to find those
    on-line who seek to harm us?

    David

    *******************************************************************************


    Hello there brother......why don't you post the problem that was stated
    originally that resulted in the advise given below? Oh yeah......THAT would
    put things in context and not serve your stupid quest at all.

    IE\Properties\Advanced\Security. Settings. Checkbox - 'Allow Software to run
    or install even if signature is invalid'.

    If advice was given to "put a checkmark to it and reboot" - would you
    consider this good advice? TIA

    David
     
    BoaterDavesEvilTwin, Aug 5, 2007
    #4
  5. BoaterDave

    BoaterDave Guest

    "..... who gave that advise also went on ...."

    You do realise that you have made the same mistake again, don't you? Advice,
    as I mentioned, is spelt with a 'c'!
    If one is going to be a 'bad guy' - one cannot afford to make mistakes. If
    one is a good guy, it matters not a jot.

    You have just illustrated that you have been tracking my movements and are
    well aware exactly who posted the original advice.
    You have also posted here with a non-existent IP address -
    NNTP-Posting-Host: 204.221.212.69 (as far as I can tell)

    You may think whatever you wish - Her Majesty the Queen trusted me; many
    might consider that sufficient grounds for trust.

    David

    *********************************************************************************************

    1. Hello - I suspect you're no true brother of mine! Such a fellow wouldn't
    have spelt adiviCe with an 's'.

    Sorry about that. I guess it shows that not everyone is as perfect as you.


    2. Do you feel that disabling an IE security feature is a *good* thing to
    do
    when in pursuit of one's problems?

    It is when trying to diagnose a problem. You conveniently left out where
    the person who gave that advise also went on to state that it's not a good
    idea to leave that setting like that and was only to see if the OP could
    then get the MS updates to install properly. Context Dave. Context.

    3. When you refer to my 'stupid quest' do you mean my trying to find those
    on-line who seek to harm us?

    Tell me Dave...do you consider yourself one of the "good guys"? Would a
    good guy underhandedly obtain a password to access a server from which he
    had been given a lifetime ban? Don't deny you have done this because you
    have admitted it elsewhere. This should make people think you are one of
    the "good guys"? It tells me you can not be trusted and that YOU may very
    likely be one of the "bad guys". It appears you believe that the ends
    justify the means, but it doesn't.



    Hello - I suspect you're no true brother of mine! Such a fellow wouldn't
    have spelt adiviCe with an 's'.

    Do you feel that disabling an IE security feature is a *good* thing to do
    when in pursuit of one's problems?

    When you refer to my 'stupid quest' do you mean my trying to find those
    on-line who seek to harm us?

    <snip>
     
    BoaterDave, Aug 5, 2007
    #5
  6. I view many different newsgroups Dave, so seeing what you post elsewhere is easy to find.

    The fact that you can't seem to determine that my IP is valid should tell you that you don't know anything about figuring out who is telling the truth or who is trying to hide their location. Your constant inuendo's have tired everyones patience with you. Hang it up and go sail your boat. Everyone will be happier for it. Please feel free to correct any misspellings or incorrect word usage in the above. I would imagine you won't be happy until you do.

    P.S. - Even a queen can make a mistake.



    "..... who gave that advise also went on ...."

    You do realise that you have made the same mistake again, don't you? Advice,
    as I mentioned, is spelt with a 'c'!
    If one is going to be a 'bad guy' - one cannot afford to make mistakes. If
    one is a good guy, it matters not a jot.

    You have just illustrated that you have been tracking my movements and are
    well aware exactly who posted the original advice.
    You have also posted here with a non-existent IP address -
    NNTP-Posting-Host: 204.221.212.69 (as far as I can tell)

    You may think whatever you wish - Her Majesty the Queen trusted me; many
    might consider that sufficient grounds for trust.

    David

    *********************************************************************************************

    1. Hello - I suspect you're no true brother of mine! Such a fellow wouldn't
    have spelt adiviCe with an 's'.

    Sorry about that. I guess it shows that not everyone is as perfect as you.


    2. Do you feel that disabling an IE security feature is a *good* thing to
    do
    when in pursuit of one's problems?

    It is when trying to diagnose a problem. You conveniently left out where
    the person who gave that advise also went on to state that it's not a good
    idea to leave that setting like that and was only to see if the OP could
    then get the MS updates to install properly. Context Dave. Context.

    3. When you refer to my 'stupid quest' do you mean my trying to find those
    on-line who seek to harm us?

    Tell me Dave...do you consider yourself one of the "good guys"? Would a
    good guy underhandedly obtain a password to access a server from which he
    had been given a lifetime ban? Don't deny you have done this because you
    have admitted it elsewhere. This should make people think you are one of
    the "good guys"? It tells me you can not be trusted and that YOU may very
    likely be one of the "bad guys". It appears you believe that the ends
    justify the means, but it doesn't.



    Hello - I suspect you're no true brother of mine! Such a fellow wouldn't
    have spelt adiviCe with an 's'.

    Do you feel that disabling an IE security feature is a *good* thing to do
    when in pursuit of one's problems?

    When you refer to my 'stupid quest' do you mean my trying to find those
    on-line who seek to harm us?

    <snip>
     
    BoaterDavesEvilTwin, Aug 5, 2007
    #6
  7. BoaterDave

    BoaterDave Guest

    My Queen does NOT make mistakes!

    BD

    *********************************
    I view many different newsgroups Dave, so seeing what you post elsewhere is
    easy to find.

    The fact that you can't seem to determine that my IP is valid should tell
    you that you don't know anything about figuring out who is telling the truth
    or who is trying to hide their location. Your constant inuendo's have tired
    everyones patience with you. Hang it up and go sail your boat. Everyone
    will be happier for it. Please feel free to correct any misspellings or
    incorrect word usage in the above. I would imagine you won't be happy until
    you do.

    P.S. - Even a queen can make a mistake.



    "..... who gave that advise also went on ...."

    You do realise that you have made the same mistake again, don't you? Advice,
    as I mentioned, is spelt with a 'c'!
    If one is going to be a 'bad guy' - one cannot afford to make mistakes. If
    one is a good guy, it matters not a jot.

    You have just illustrated that you have been tracking my movements and are
    well aware exactly who posted the original advice.
    You have also posted here with a non-existent IP address -
    NNTP-Posting-Host: 204.221.212.69 (as far as I can tell)

    You may think whatever you wish - Her Majesty the Queen trusted me; many
    might consider that sufficient grounds for trust.

    David

    *********************************************************************************************

    1. Hello - I suspect you're no true brother of mine! Such a fellow wouldn't
    have spelt adiviCe with an 's'.

    Sorry about that. I guess it shows that not everyone is as perfect as you.


    2. Do you feel that disabling an IE security feature is a *good* thing to
    do
    when in pursuit of one's problems?

    It is when trying to diagnose a problem. You conveniently left out where
    the person who gave that advise also went on to state that it's not a good
    idea to leave that setting like that and was only to see if the OP could
    then get the MS updates to install properly. Context Dave. Context.

    3. When you refer to my 'stupid quest' do you mean my trying to find those
    on-line who seek to harm us?

    Tell me Dave...do you consider yourself one of the "good guys"? Would a
    good guy underhandedly obtain a password to access a server from which he
    had been given a lifetime ban? Don't deny you have done this because you
    have admitted it elsewhere. This should make people think you are one of
    the "good guys"? It tells me you can not be trusted and that YOU may very
    likely be one of the "bad guys". It appears you believe that the ends
    justify the means, but it doesn't.



    Hello - I suspect you're no true brother of mine! Such a fellow wouldn't
    have spelt adiviCe with an 's'.

    Do you feel that disabling an IE security feature is a *good* thing to do
    when in pursuit of one's problems?

    When you refer to my 'stupid quest' do you mean my trying to find those
    on-line who seek to harm us?

    <snip>
     
    BoaterDave, Aug 5, 2007
    #7
  8. BoaterDave

    BR Guest

    Many also might consider that grounds to have her committed.


    You may think whatever you wish - Her Majesty the Queen trusted me; many
    might consider that sufficient grounds for trust.

    David
     
    BR, Aug 5, 2007
    #8
  9. BoaterDave

    BoaterDave Guest

    She might be offended by your poor use of English, BR.

    You should have said "Many might also .............."

    BD

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    BoaterDave, Aug 5, 2007
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