You Might be an ACL Freak if…

Dream ACLYou might be an Audit Command Language (ACL) freak if more than 2 of the following are true:

  • At work, you have a second computer (or virtual machine) just for running ACL.

  • You have ACL loaded on your home laptop.
  • All your social media user names contain the letters a-c-l.
  • You have your computer configured to start ACL when you start Windows.
  • When you ask other departments for audit data, they beg you not to request full populations, based on previous experience.
  • When co-workers come to your cube and see you’re busy troubleshooting an ACL script, they tiptoe away without disturbing you.
  • You run ACL scripts that obtain and check the browser logs on your home network’s router to determine whether your family is visiting bad URLs.
  • You regularly perform a Benford analysis on your checking account transactions just in case…
  • Occasionally, while sleeping, you dream about writing ACL scripts.
  • Sometimes, when you wake up, you find new scripts scrawled on the notepad you keep on your nightstand.
  • On a daily basis, you read all new posts and replies on the ACL forum BEFORE checking Facebook and Twitter.
  • When you shut down your computer, ACL refuses to terminate, and it asks you 3 times, “Are you sure?”

Feel free to contribute your own…

Other posts about ACL are here.

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1 Comment

Filed under ACL, Audit, Data Analytics, Scripting (ACL), Top 10, Written by Skyyler

One response to “You Might be an ACL Freak if…

  1. skyyleracl

    This is one of my favorite posts that I’ve ever written.
    Ever met anyone like this? I’ve met a few, and they are just as crazy as I am.

    Like

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