Edward Croft wrote:
Sorry, I just have to respond to this separately. I am of the opinion that those who serve as mentor's to others, also have the responsibility to point out the caveats to the ones they are answering questions for. As I stated in my prior message, I have experienced what happens when a young hotshot who thinks they are wise to the ways of the world goes off half-cocked. In that case, it caused a whole section of the customers
I think you've already made your opinions clear. Next time, why not post a friendly followup to state them instead of attacking someone who was simply answering a question. A simple, "you may want to check with your IT department first" would have done it.