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Subject:  Re: Phrase a question for an unambiguous answer Date:  1/30/2013  1:26 PM
Author:  Myownigloo Number:  12901 of 13898

When you ask any question that is more than one question at a time ("Do this and then this and then this,") you are leaving yourself open to this kind of a response.

My suggestion would be to give one command at a time.

"Double-click on the on the Remote Control on your desktop."

"Have you done that? OK, let me know when you see the prompt for a session key."

MOI
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