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On 07-08-2013 19:35, Tom Davies wrote:
It's taken half an hour which is not bad.  It's about the same as Ubuntu on the same machine.

The worst comparison i've ever read.
Ubuntu is more and more a shitty copy of Windoooz


First thing to do is to hunt down and change the password, or even delete the non-Admin local user.

Normally no 'non-Admin local user' is created.
I think only 1 user is created, and this user is an 'Admin'.

2nd is to make the machine part of the domain so all the normal desktop users can use the logins stored on 
the MS Exchange Server.  The installer did just ask if the machine is part of a company network but i'm not 
sure why because i have to hunt down all that set-up myself.  It's just put me on a new workgroup called 
"WORKGROUP" because they have to shout.

hmm, if you have an Exchange server running, than you should know all these thing.........


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