Parfois, on peut avoir un profil 100% Windows Admin et se retrouver au milieu de gens qui vous dénigrent parce que vous n’êtes pas Linux Admin. J’ai trouvé ce fil de discussion sur reddit Windows admin means you’re nothing?
I’m working in computer scientist lab. I’m windows sysadmin. I have 50 windows users and I manage 150 windows computer, With AD DS, and several windows services : AD DS, WSUS, deployment, printer server, and so on. I’m in a team with 5 people and all are Linux admin except myself.
Everyday I have to endure those people look down at me because I’m windows admin. Everyday I have to endure those people saying they do not understand what I am talking about. Sometimes I want to give up. I have enough people at work look at me as « untermench » because I’m windows admin.
Anyone among you had to deal with this kind of behaviour?
Le fil de discussion (archivé) sur reddit Windows admin means you’re nothing?
Le PDF du fil de discussion est disponible là : Windows admin means you’re nothing_ _ sysadmin
La meilleure réponse à ce fil, IMHO, c’est celle-ci de the_spad :
Unfotunately there is a particular subset of *nix admins (and users) who view anyone who isn’t a *nix admin (or user) as some sort of underclass.
There is also a fairly large subset of Windows admins who, frankly, shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near any kind of server, regardless of platform, but because the barrier to entry is very low in a lot of cases have managed to land themselves positions in the industry.
Combine the two and you often end up with non-Windows admins making very sweeping assumptions about Windows admins.
However, you’ll soon realise that it doesn’t matter what area you work in, there are always complete idiots who have somehow managed to find a way in despite being unable to find their arse with both hands, and there are always complete idiots who make stupid assumptions about other peoples’ competence based on their own preconceptions rather than any actual evidence.