I spent most of today dealing with our IT person. First to figure out why, now that I am on the new computer, one particular document will no longer print right (cuts off half the page). No one else has this problem and she had no idea why it was happening. She ended up telling me if it happens again, call her.
Secondly, my co-worker who has been out on disability came by for a few minutes today and tried to log into her new computer. She couldn't get on and there was a message that the "trust relationship" did not exist between her computer and the network. Our IT person was on campus and came by to deal with my problem, so got involved with the other computer. Turns out that when they set our computers up last week, they gave them both the same name and the network thinks her computer is an impostor. She's working on it. I feel sorry for her. I'd much rather troubleshoot kids than computers any day.
I had to laugh as I was leaving work today. Someone in one of the houses next to work was moving out and putting a bunch of discard furniture in their alley. One of the items was a round institutional table they clearly stole from the school district. My coworker and I were laughing hysterically because earlier in the school year there was a pile of furniture sitting under a ramada in the middle of our complex and nobody came to deal with it. It just made our whole place look even more like a junk yard. Guess the neighbors ended up helping themselves!
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