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Fortran runtime system w/OpenMP initialization issue

jimdempseyatthecove
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Ignore this duplicate post.

The new website took me back (overnight) from my previous post into the edit session for that post. Without wishing to lose the posting, I click post again (had to reenter subject line).

Jim Dempsey

 

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andrew_4619
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After a period of wampy behaviour after the update it seems thing maybe working OK on the forum . Fingers crossed!

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jimdempseyatthecove
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Another gripe I have with this new login is that it now ties you to your microsoft account.

 

IOW one account, one password for everything using this system.

If someone cracks my password (an has my phone or email), then everything using my microsoft account is compromised.

 

Jim Dempsey

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JohnNichols
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andrew_4619
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 "ties you to your microsoft account". That isn't my experience  but maybe you had choices in the initial setup (I don't remember what I did). I must admit that all the increased 'security' these days means that it is pretty much impossible to remember 'conforming' and ever changing passwords so you ultimately have to relay on some form of password manager system which is a single point of multiple vulnerability.

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JohnNichols
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Create a Gmail account you only use for your intel site, and then only use it for the intel site, they never go away, Gmail is like God, jolly useful at times, case in point, O God should I eat this MacDonalds, .  What is interesting is to occasionally look at the Gmail account that is only used on the intel site and see all the ad stuff you get.  

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andrew_4619
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Why create an email account? The email of your account should not be publicly visible. I don't get any spam as a result of being on this forum. The only exception is if you subscribe to updates of topics/threads but you can select/control notification settings anyway.. 

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jimdempseyatthecove
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Andrew,

The point being that, for me, it is desirable to have different accounts when using MS VS, my laptop, my desktop, my server, and using the Intel forum. Using different email accounts would suffice, but then I cannot have each site send info back to one email account.

 

Jim Dempsey

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