A week without problems … everybody was happy. Happy, that is,
until it started again. The same pattern. 10 hours on … 2-3 hours
And then somebody (I seem to remember he said that the person had
nothing to do with IT) said:
“It's high tide!”
Which was met with blank looks and probably a wavering hand over
the intercom to Security.
“It stops working at high tide”
This, it would seem, is a fairly alien concept to IT support staff, who are
not likely to be found studying the Tide Alamanac during the coffee
Like the last problem I mentioned,
this one, while sounding entirely off the wall, does have a logical
explanation as well.
Users. The problems they come up with sometimes …
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