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Windows 95/98/2000/XP/Vista/7 workstation and Windows 2000/2003/2008 server networking, Group Policy and wireless configurations. Have knowledge about workstation Ghosting, and also the ins and outs of hardware troubleshooting.

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15 years of experience as a hobbyist and Senior Systems Administrator


BA, BCom in Information Technology Management. No IT certifications. However, I have taken several Windows, Novell and Networking courses.

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2016-04-12 Connect to a network drive (server adress):

Hi there.    Basically this appears to be some kind of online drive storage that your school uses to grant you access to files.  You are prompted for a username/password and that is what you need to enter

2015-12-16 printing problems when using two computers:

Hi Chris.    What might be happening is that the old printer connected with a parallel port (LPT1), hasn't been setup as a share.  It may be as simple as that.  Even so, if it is shared, maybe simply deleting

2015-11-11 Microsoft Products:

You may or may not.    This is a tough one.  Because if a vendor has sold these products before and redistributed them, then you might be out of luck and unable to use them.    If you are buying this from

2015-08-18 Windows 7 network issue:

Hi Roger.    This might be a complex situation that could be more simplified?  So you have a router that is your internet gateway I assume and your laptop hooks to it via a bluetooth connection and works

2015-08-07 Two network cards conflict:

Hi Mufid    I just wanted to double check that if this was working for you before, then it might be that a driver update corrupted or caused this conflict.  What I would recommend (if you're using Windows


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