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An IT pro, tech geek, big fan of virtualization, Google Apps, iPhone, Windows 7, and much more actually.

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Jun
10
answered Server 2003 takes alot of DHCP addresses, althought DHCP is disabled
Jun
9
awarded  Scholar
Jun
9
accepted How do you do the offsite hard drive backups?
Jun
9
comment Transitioning from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007. How will my servers coexist?
I recall that the issue has been both on public folder and free/busy stuff.
Jun
9
answered Transitioning from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007. How will my servers coexist?
Jun
9
answered Email automatically deleted after few minutes in Outlook
Jun
9
comment Naming convention for PC in a network
see the question here which got some pretty nice answers. serverfault.com/questions/18240/…
Jun
8
comment How do you do the offsite hard drive backups?
+1 for mentioning system backup. We are the same here. Having the data without the system that runs it means almost nothing to us.
Jun
8
comment How do you do the offsite hard drive backups?
+1 for bring up the option of going cloud. @ddrager, are you able to share which service you are using?
Jun
8
awarded  Commentator
Jun
8
comment How do you do the offsite hard drive backups?
Good point. I haven't tried either options but both look pretty cool.
Jun
8
comment Best smartphone for sysadmins?
definitely go with the iPhone. have been using iPhone almost a year. couldn't be happier. It meets all my needs, both work and personal entertaining. I refuse even looking at any other options.
Jun
8
awarded  Editor
Jun
8
revised How do you do the offsite hard drive backups?
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Jun
8
asked How do you do the offsite hard drive backups?
Jun
8
answered Will virtualization make operating systems administration obsolete?
Jun
8
answered (Exchange 2003) Outlook Web Access and firefox
Jun
8
answered Is Windows 2003 Firewall appropriate for a web server?
Jun
6
comment What are the arguments for and against a network policy where the sys admin knows users passwords?
@David, that's very true. as a sysadmin, we should be very aware of the importance of confidentiality to earn that trustfulness.
Jun
6
answered What are the arguments for and against a network policy where the sys admin knows users passwords?