This is not in response to any particular post -- there have been a whole bunch lately that are prompting this. When you ask a question in a forum and someone takes the time to respond they may ask you some follow-up questions or seek clarification of your issue. We do this because we need more information in order to help you. The issue may seem very obvious to you -- but we are not you. We do not have access to your systems and we do not have the context that you have about your problem. We often see many, many possible ways to look at a situation and we know, often from painful experience, that jumping to conclusions and making wild guesses is not going to help you. It may even put you in a much worse place than you are. Ignoring the follow-up questions or randomly answering small pieces of the question or only those parts that you feel like answering or moving on to some unconnected tangent is not an effective way to get help. If you really want help please carefully read the responses and completely answer any follow-up questions. We're not asking these things to be annoying. We are trying to help you.