Originally posted by OIDanTheManIO
I have it disabled. It's practically useless. You enable it when you think that your hard drive is dying on you. It alerta you when your hard drive is dying so that you can migrate its data before it goes fully dead on you.
-Dan The Man
I understand that it doesn't need to be enabled all the time, especiall if you are using a new HD. I've had cases where a HD can go bad within a year. Also, I'm talking about 400 PC that have many different users per PC. It is very hard to monitor these and turn the feature on as needed, so the only practical thing to do is to enable it when the PC is rolled out. Also, half of the users, don't know what right clicking is on the mouse. very untrained users make for a lot of hardware/software issues. These computers get turen off all the time w/o being shut down properly.
If you can think of another way to enable them with out it being on all the time, I'm up for suggestions.