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When software installations or updates across multiple workstations must be performed manually instead of an automatic "push" or "pull" method; resulting in the installer having to walk from workstation to workstation thereby going on a "walk-about" which is an Australian term denoting a journey.
"Sorry boss, I can't push the update out. I'll have to do an Australian Install."
by Iron_Mac March 23, 2010

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