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Other (Sorry, couldn't think of any other
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twiloff is the most stable OS I use at work!
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What OS do you use at work?

Old 09-02-02, 12:14 AM
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What OS do you use at work?

Ah, the irony, since its Labor day!

I was talking to my sister on the phone about her new job at the hopsital and ended up asking her what OS they use there, and she said "PeopleSoft". I've never heard of that one, have you?
I use Win2kPro and work at a major university. I was wondering what about you guys?

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Old 09-02-02, 01:19 AM
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PeopleSoft is an app, a big one, but not an OS.
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Old 09-02-02, 01:23 PM
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Originally posted by X
PeopleSoft is an app, a big one, but not an OS.
Really? What kind of app?
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Originally posted by Ranger
Really? What kind of app?
our accounts collection groups use it..

so Im assuming some sort of account tracking software
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Really? What kind of app?
ERP/HR/CRM type stuff.

http://www.peoplesoft.com/corp/en/pr...line/index.asp
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Ah, I see... thanks!
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Old 09-02-02, 03:37 PM
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Old 09-04-02, 07:49 AM
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My PC is Win2000 pro. Most of the employees where I work are on NT4. For the back end we are running Active Directory on Windows 2000 with a bunch of NT4 servers still around.
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2000 and a 95 machine that just runs outlook!
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UNIX I think... and NT4.0 Workstation SP5
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my computer - 98 SE

other computers at my work

2 - 98 SE
3 - ME
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1 - 95 (but could be 98, not sure).

so, i can't figure out why people chose ME over XP. let's see. less stable, and slower.
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Old 09-05-02, 12:07 AM
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Two votes for the twiloff OS?
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Two votes for the twiloff OS?

wooopps...i thought it said, twiloff, the most unstable OS (aka ME)
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Windows NT 4.0

didnt see it on the list
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My school district, big district in Texas, was running Windows 95 until about July, this year. Now we have Windows 2000 Pro.
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