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I call myself an IT Optimizer, always looking for ways to optimally use whatever IT Infrastructure I have available.

Currently, I work as the IT Infrastructure Manager of Sophie Paris; I manage a department that's responsible for all production-level infra, including networks, storage, and servers.

Previously, I've worked as:

  • System Administrators Manager of PT Carrefour Indonesia, Indonesia's largest hyper-retailer. Here I oversaw the management of Windows- and Linux-based infrastructure throughout the country.

  • IT Manager of Infrastructure at PT Panin Sekuritas Tbk, one of Indonesia's leading securities companies. Here I design, deploy, and maintain 'next-generation IT Infrastructure' (secure, highly-available, and performant).

  • Senior instructor for the CCNA, CCNP, MCSE, and CEH certifications.

If you want to communicate with me, feel free to circle me on Google+. I'm quite active there.


Mar
12
comment How to Takeover a Folder when even Admins and SYSTEM has Access Denied?
Yes, elevated command line.
Mar
12
comment How to Takeover a Folder when even Admins and SYSTEM has Access Denied?
Isn't that the purpose of takeown? As to the user... I'm not really sure who actually created the folder; it's just called "Folder"...
Mar
12
asked How to Takeover a Folder when even Admins and SYSTEM has Access Denied?
Mar
11
comment How to troubleshoot network from customers perspective?
PS I wonder why my answer is being downvoted...
Mar
11
comment How to troubleshoot network from customers perspective?
@EEAA yes, but only for the side giving support; TeamViewer's FAQ clearly indicates that clients (that is, the side being supported) needs no license. Consider this an investment, because one license can be used to connect to different clients, as long as only one client is being connected to.
Mar
11
revised How to troubleshoot network from customers perspective?
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Mar
11
comment How to troubleshoot network from customers perspective?
@HopelessN00b who says it was a customer's slow link? No such claim on the question proper. Question only declares that the affected website is slow. Nowhere is it declared that the customer's link is slow. Since questioner already declared that it is not possible to put a machines on customer's side, what other alternatives do you have?
Mar
11
comment Why on linux machines, any packets do not pass except icmp, but correctly pass on windows
On one of your Linux machines, as root, please enter iptables-save, ip rule show, and ip route show, and edit your question to show their outputs here.
Mar
11
comment How to use more than 3 virtual disks in Linux using CentOS and XenServer
Is there a /proc/xen directory?
Mar
11
answered How to troubleshoot network from customers perspective?
Mar
11
answered XenServer 6.2: how to use a partition on install disk as SR?
Mar
11
comment can't force ssh to use a particular key
@Gaurish note that, several lines below that, server responded with "Authentication succeeded", which means the key is accepted.
Mar
11
comment How to get decent NFS performance for workloads like git?
It very much depends on the underlying physical storage... an empty partition with oodles of free space? The performance hit might be less noticeable. A partition with quite a lot of objects already? VBox will have to wait while the OS 'hunts around' for blocks of empty space to fulfill the growth request.
Mar
10
answered Does a Windows 7 update bundle for USB exist?
Mar
10
comment Does a Windows 7 update bundle for USB exist?
I agree. WSUS Offline for me is the greatest thing since sliced bread :-) ... dedicate a system to routinely update the WSUS Offline .iso images once a month (2 or 3 days after Patch Tuesday), and you're good to go.
Mar
10
comment iptables Tips & Tricks
@UpTheCreek I've edited my answer... the 'special note' was applicable during time of posting the answer, but no longer applicable now.
Mar
10
revised iptables Tips & Tricks
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Mar
10
comment What IP addresses to use for monitor the availability of Internet connection?
IMO, that would be a good idea. Perhaps do it in 'stages', e.g., ping every 5 seconds, if fail do 4 pings once every second, then if all 4 pings fail, raise the alarm.
Mar
10
revised Stop log off when disconnected from RDP session
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Mar
10
answered Stop log off when disconnected from RDP session