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How many levels of "Are you sure" have you seen?

By TobiF ·
Outlook Web access 2003:

1. I delete a mail, it goes into the folder "Deleted items".
2. I empty "Deleted items".
3. But, under options, I still can "Recover deleted items", or finally(?) delete an item permanently.

Has anyone seen more levels to really delete something anywhere. (Except for journaling systems where nothing is ever deleted.)

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Start ... Shut Down ... Shut Down Computer

by oldbaritone In reply to How many levels of "Are y ...

"Are you sure?"

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In order to stop, you first need to start...

by TobiF In reply to Start ... Shut Down ... S ...

Didn't we all have fun when XP was released? :)

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Just like the military

by oldbaritone In reply to In order to stop, you fir ...

Hurry up and wait.

Giddyap. Whoa. Backup. Go. Double-time. Halt.

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That sounds like going to chow hall!

by rjluvkc In reply to Just like the military

Of course by the time you get there...you have 1 minute to eat.

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windows vista first release

by brian In reply to How many levels of "Are y ...
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UAC needed to shut down?

by TobiF In reply to windows vista first relea ...

Interesting, could one edit the local policies in such a way that you'll have to pass through UAC to turn off the computer? That would be funny (on somebody else's computer...)

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Wire Cutters

by oldbaritone In reply to UAC needed to shut down?

I can ALWAYS turn it off.

Turning it back on later may be more problematic.

:-)

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4 I think in Win7

by Kenone In reply to How many levels of "Are y ...

Sumprogram is trying to start - click okay
Sumprogram is trying to access C:\somefile - click okay
Sumprogram is trying to access the internets - click okay
Sumprogram is starting are you sure you want to start this program - click okay
I'm waiting for a message that says;
Sumprogram is trying to start up before you start this program perhaps you'd better go have a cup of tea and think about it.

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