I've run into a few questions like this one: Restricting certain printers to certain programs. The question was written by someone working in a company. I get the impression that it is a small business, probably too small to have an IT department, and the author is probably a manager or owner. The problem is in a business setting, but otherwise on-topic.
I'm trying to understand what the definition of corporate IT support means in terms of whether a question is off topic. I'm guessing we don't want to be technical support for people whose job it is to provide IT services (or organizations that would like free support from SU rather than incur the in-house support cost). Other than that, I have no idea exactly what situation SU seeks to avoid with this off-topic rule.
Does the rule refer just to problems in a setting for which an IT organization exists?
Does it apply to any problems in a commercial or government organization of a nature that should be handled by an IT department, regardless of whether the organization has chosen to have one?
Does it apply to a tiny business, say a couple of person company running their business on home-style computers?
Does it apply to any problems in an organizational setting outside the home?
I looked at this Meta question: What makes a question "specific to corporate IT support"? and it didn't help.