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This particular user (could be more than one, I suppose) keeps coming back and promoting the use of "R-HUB remote support servers" despite the moderators continuing to destroy their accounts. This trend spans across years. Like Mast mentions, I'm not going to go into excessive details, but I will mention that the oldest post on Super User ...


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Am I at fault? I think you are at fault (to be clear: I really cannot tell if you're the only one at fault). Keep reading to know my reasons. A fault which justified a suspension with no warning, and to not suspend someone who has harassed other users? This I cannot tell without seeing all the deleted comments. My reasoning is based on the one you ...


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I for one don't think you deserved a suspension. Your only real mistake is the threat to flag someone else's comments instead of disengaging, which transforms an argument about the technical topic into an argument about someone else's manners; essentially that's an ad hominem. However, I can see where that comment came from after you were told to "stop&...


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. I noticed the "cleanup", repeated the SysRq comment (numbered 1 below), because there is nothing wrong with it, and fearing the follow-up would be deleted too, So you're aware a comment clean up happened and felt you know better. I have flagged your comment and I'll keep posting my warning. The question is about a Mac, but that does not give ...


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I think the other answers are great but I'd like to put the situation into a different perspective. The main reason folks do not want to discuss ways to stopping a corporate antivirus product are because of the implications: If a way to stop the corporate security product exists from the endpoint, it bypasses deliberate engineering by the security system to ...


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There is no question to your question and it is very open-ended and implies a false correlation between one thing and another. “Some moderations to close a question do not make sense here. The reason stated for the closing of question the at the top of the page, for example, says this question needs clarity.” Yes, your question does need clarity. Read ...


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Based on the information provided, you are at fault. Suspension is justified here for you to cool off in a period of time, before engaging in community again. Not giving warning is a prerogative of a mod when they feel the need to immediate de-escalation. Everyone else has explained quite exhaustively, but I'm offering another alternative next time you feel ...


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In both questions you seem to be utterly in over your head and repeatedly ask “Please explain like I'm 5 (ELI5)…” Questions need to have problems. Your main problem in both questions is you don’t even know the bare basics of that software and explaining that basic level of functionality is out of the scope of this site. While these questions were edited ...


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people have to make a half-judgement based on what they can't see and making a proper account of the facts is very difficult if not impossible. The only people who had to make a judgement are members of the SuperUser moderation team. The original question was about MacOs not Linux Your comments were all about Linux and were irrelevant to the the original ...


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So, as this morning found I this question on the side bar in the Meta hot list - it seems not only was I hounded in comments, I'm now being hounded, after the OP returns from a ban to cool off, in meta. Rather than flagging, I'm going to voice my opinion of this as a direct answer. No-one except moderators can see the entire thread [not even me, of course]. ...


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Why do you think someone with more reputation than you abused their reputation to post an answer you disagree with? Stop taking opinions you don’t agree with as political acts designed to sabotage you. I think the main reason it was closed was your desire to blame others for providing you with a real answer. And the answer is what it is: Don’t worry about it....


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The What topics can I ask about here? help page explicitly states that questions about "websites or web services like Facebook, Twitter, and WordPress" are offtopic. Moreover, the tag description explicitly states that "Questions about Outlook.com are off topic on Super User and should be asked at http://webapps.stackexchange.com/." So it'...


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Can they: Yes. Should they: No. Comments are, by their very nature, ephemeral. Once they have served their useful purpose they can be deleted at any time. If any valid but long-winded academic discussion takes place over many comments, then often a moderator will move them aside into a dedicated chat room, where the thread can be continued without disturbing ...


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It is about a RAID setup that will never stop resyncing, a widespread problem among Windows setups. I posted one actual reason for it, so this MIGHT BE an answer to some users having this problem. it was explicitly not for Windows 10, but for a big number of other Windows versions (so maybe related? the VSS subsystem exists in Windows 10, too!) While it ...


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No, there isn't but there's an in-house chat


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Top right of your screen - button that looks like a speech bubble with 3 lines going through it (next to the question mark) - click that and there should be a log out option. Also this already has answers on the StackOverflow and StackExchange meta sites. Why not just do a quick google search? Discussing the usage of this site is reserved for meta.superuser....


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Many of the volunteers in this community are sysadmins or computer professionals. I am one myself. There are details to my environment, and those of every enterprise, which make it less than useful for staff we support to go about the public internet asking questions. Some of those details are interpersonal, some policy-related, and many are technical. The ...


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