Bob is mentoring Steve at a new job, and they are working their way through some poorly written instructions to install an update for some critical software.
Things are going okay up until they find this sentence:
YOU CANNOT INSTALL THIS UPDATE ON A TERMINAL SERVER CLIENT
Bob doesn't see what the problem is, but Steve says "Every word in that sentence is ambiguous!"
Bob demands that Steve prove this wild accusation.
Can you present a list of statements proving that every single word in the sentence is ambiguous?
That is, present a list of clarifications showing that each word can be interpreted in more than one way. Bonus points awarded for finding extra criteria, but you have to find alternate meanings for all ten words.
Apparently this is too broad and confusing so here's a hint and a guide to the first two words.
"You" can mean the person who is reading the statement,
"You" can be a proper noun, as in a person's name.
"Cannot" can indicate that you are physically incapable of doing something, and the statement is a warning not to attempt to do so as that might lead to physical injury in the attempt...
"Cannot" can indicate that you are not permitted but are certainly capable, and the statement is a command...
"Cannot" is Mr. You's last name.
The goal of this exercise is to produce the remaining 8 words's dual meanings.