Well I'll be... http://webcenters.netscape.compuserve.com/menu/about.jsp.
Ah nostalgia... :)
With apologies @Vesuvius for veering off topic... I feel your pain.
WOW! Great stuff coming down the pipe! This is worth a watch.
I am especially interested in the ability to leverage a cloud based "library" (my word not theirs) of devices to test AND debug your code... Wow!
Edit: "Test Cloud Live"!
... the IT guys responsible for this need to be sacked.
Seriously, you have a mission-critical broadcast device, and you can't be bothered configuring the 2 registry settings to ensue this won't happen ?
I'll grant you that in THIS specific case there is little doubt technical expertise was engaged and that they failed.
However, in the wild, REAL WORLD SMBs (small to medium businesses) often do not have the luxury of having IT guys who can be sacked for choosing the wrong technology - or for failing to consider/test and account for such unforeseen issues. Even when SMBs do have the luxury, IT or contract individuals may not be engaged or properly enabled/funded to do the job according to MS 'Ivory Tower' demands.
Sure you can blame the business or its IT or consultants. However, the lesson for the business is often - and increasingly - that the technology (Windows or the device) is untrustworthy.
Seriously? The router?
Hummm... I thought the Edge browser was a complete fail. Almost every site I tried failed. Never occurred to me the problem might be elsewhere...
Any further details? (I'll Google this later when I have time).
Thanks for the heads-up.
Perhaps but "The real question is why do I need a controlled deployment set up just to avoid intrusive marketing." seems valid and relevant.
My present client has large Windows powered displays in all our conference rooms. The incessant "Get Windows 10" messages that must actively be dismissed - over and over again - grows, very, very old. Give it a rest already...
Yes! Yes! I know! There are a 1/2 dozen ways the client could ameliorate this. I get it. Do you?