for clarification: I have included the reconfiguration of user settings
and email in that 2 hour figure. Also chasing various drivers depending
on methodology used.
On 2/19/2010 11:45 AM, Roger Bombardier Jr. wrote:
> Hi Zoey,
> the problem is that one protocol does not work with the variety of
> problems out there. This subject is ever changing in cleaning
> methodologies and good software to do this. As are the opinions of
> various IT people out there on this subject.
> The best method is often back-up and reimage, it often ends being more
> productive in the longer run. Those practiced in that can have it more
> or less done in less than 2 hours. There are plenty of downsides with
> this too, forgotten address books, book marks, finding all your
> software, etc.
> On 2/19/2010 11:37 AM, Zoey Trenkle wrote:
>> There used to be something on the uvm site somewhere (and probably still
>> is, just can't find it) that was a protocol of sorts on how to clean
>> your machine of viruses, spyware, all kind of ugliness. It included
>> which free software to use, where to download from and what to do with
>> Does anyone know what I'm talking about and where the instructions
>> currently reside?
>> J. Zoey Trenkle
>> Student Financial Services
>> The University of Vermont
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>> fax: 802-656-4076
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