I like to educate my users.
One way I educate them is in the area of security.
For instance, everyone in my office now knows never to leave their computer unlocked.
While the computers may lock themselves after 15 minutes, my users have found that to be plenty of time for me to 'reconfigure' their workstation.
There's a fresh batch of newbies around now. We love newbies. They're so excited and naive.
They really aren't fair game, though. They haven't learned yet.
The best ones to get are the old-timers. Every now and then, you have to run get a print job or some other quick errand. You'll only be gone a second.
I have a protege at work. He helps with the computer duties when I'm out. He's smart and a quick learner.
But some days he's not as quick as others.
I was working on the computer in the cube next to him the other day, and saw him get up and head for the door. He tossed me a snarky one-liner, laughed, and continued out the door.
After 'reconfiguring' his workstation, I left him a note on his screen:
"You knew better."
I'm watching my back carefully.
I'd better print this out and proofread it before posting.
I'll only be gone a second...