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POD Crashes
The application has started crashing frequently So far, crashes have occurred on workstations here.. here, and here. From what we can tell the workstations themselves have likely been compromised Perform testing with the current versions of POD

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00:00 - 00:03The application has started crashing frequently
00:04 - 00:05So far, crashes have occurred on workstations here..
00:05 - 00:07here, and here.
00:08 - 00:12From what we can tell
00:12 - 00:15the workstations themselves have likely been compromised
00:17 - 00:19Perform testing with the current versions of POD
00:19 - 00:21With only two it should be quick to identify the problem
00:24 - 00:26Sir...
00:27 - 00:28There...
00:31 - 00:33There are still 4 versions of POD in use
00:34 - 00:36They have different code bases and functionality
00:53 - 00:58Everyone who's still using a Windows XP workstation with Office XP, leave the room
01:13 - 01:15Who the hell forked all these versions of POD?
01:15 - 01:17And no proper version control!
01:18 - 01:23This is a maintenance nightmare!
01:25 - 01:28No wonder that POD has so many problems!
01:29 - 01:31The application is fucked!
01:31 - 01:34This is the legacy of an application left to the maintenance of users!
01:34 - 01:37Why has this never been dealt with before now!?
01:37 - 01:40The web team is supposed to be responsible for this!
01:40 - 01:42Sir, we're attempting to merge the versions back into a single branch
01:42 - 01:46And yet we would still have to deal with the issue that Digital is a separate domain!
01:46 - 01:48Sir, we can copy their Active Directory structure.
01:48 - 01:52And pollute the Marston domain with that crap?
01:53 - 01:54I won't have it!
01:56 - 01:57It still wouldn't fix the crashes anyway.
01:57 - 02:00It wouldn't fix the fact that the application is still an Access 2000 project
02:00 - 02:03The backend is still fucking MSSQL 2000
02:04 - 02:08That's almost 14 fucking years old!
02:08 - 02:13This isn't even the worst application we have!
02:14 - 02:16The Job Management database doesn't even maintain referential integrity!
02:17 - 02:21These things could keel over at any moment!