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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Ahhh shit dude, I'm kenny cough cough I mean Shane

    I'm a new ICT Technician @ kingswood school in corby, I work underneath Paul aka kingswood on this forum. Too early for a machine count with regards to servers , client machines etc lol so I will skip that part just in case I feck it up lol.

    Anywho @ ITWITCH's earlier post here :

    I *think* (and I'm happy to be corrected) that I'm the only female member here (that's genetically female, anyway!).

    Does being a lesbain count ? lol

    Sorry just had to stick my $0.02 in there :P

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Female technicians??

    /cue drooling, wolf howling and self touching

    Welcome to the site, havent regretted signing up here for a moment

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Hi. My name's Ultan. I work at Manshead Upper School with Norphy. This is my first real IT job and I'm constantly living in fear of being found out, although I'm three weeks in and still employed (hurrah!!).

    I'm a father of one three year old, stubbornly independant girl. My partner works in a Chemical pathology lab and refuses to listen to a word I have to say about computers but expects me to understand the minutae of Calcium/Potassium balance and Liver Function Tests. I quail in the face of such indecipherable magic.

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ully
    Hi. My name's Ultan. I work at Manshead Upper School with Norphy. This is my first real IT job and I'm constantly living in fear of being found out, although I'm three weeks in and still employed (hurrah!!)..
    You poor fool

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Nice to meet you Ultan.

    Don't worry ... we *all* live in the fear that we will eventually be found out.

    Pull up a chair, break out the chocolate and relax in the knowledge that things can only get better.

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Whatever he said :P hehe

    Welcome Ully!

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Hey guys,
    You have probably seen me posting but just thought I would say hello from Scotland
    We got 3 2k primary servers, alot of 2k3 servers doing several things and around 500 clients.

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Hi people,
    Thought I had better join the intros.
    Been using the site since it was launched, saved me lots of time.
    I work in Lancaster High Secondary school.
    I suspect I am probably the oldest user of the site,(unless you know different) have retired once from a company called Xerox after 30 yrs!! My wife who works in a school found me this job in 2000, said I was suffering from boredom!! school had an RM network then, soon broke that!! now on a pure Server2003 system for curric and Server2000 for admin, 5 Servers, 1 CleoCache box 250 XP clients 40+ Laptops.
    Have an MCSE (from way back in the late 90`s)
    Have the posh title of ICT Manager, as I look after Cross Curricular ICT also.
    Looking to recruit a Technician to help with the workload ASAP, when we can get the job spec etc sorted.

    Roger.

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Hi, I'm woody please to meet y'all.

    Oh ok, so I'm not really new. I was 'mark_wood' but I got fed up of that and asked Russ to change my username to something much more fun. 'woody'. Ye ha I'll just go and round me up some cattle.

    Thanks for that Russ!

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Hello,
    My name is Brian, I am employed as ICT Network Manager at Easington Community School, County Durham. Like Roger above I am a 'retread', having worked in IT for > 30 years, most of which was with IBM UK where I used to be a consultant doing various things such as mainframe disaster recovery.
    I retired at 50, got bored and ended up working in a school where I have been for 2.5 years busily replacing geriatric NT4 mongrel PCs with decent XP workhorses and renewing the BIG PCs which masqueraded as servers with 'proper' servers!

    Brian Rochester
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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Hi All,

    I'm Steve, the "Deputy IT Services Manager" at Tameside College in Ashton-Under-Lyne just outside Manchester. We have a team of 5 Techies, 1 helpdesk admin, 2 network/IT managers.

    I am one of 2 network admins for our Win2k/Win2k3 network consisting of 25 servers, 1600 PC's, 700 Staff Users and 10000 student accounts.
    Been in the IT industry for 10 years and education for 5 of those, and I hate computers. Its official. Oh, I also hate any cheese, computing tutors (or IT "experts"), SAGE software, Pickles and Mylex RAID controllers! But not necessarily in that order!

    Favourite techie terms are "It must be an 'ID 10 T' problem", or "RTFM!" (Read the F*****g Manual!)

    Anyway enuff from me! Glad I've found this place as it looks as though it could come in handy, even if it's just for a whinge about the stupidity of users.

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Hi all, I am Neil I am a consultant in School MIS systems, mainly a sims consultant I can help you on most sims topics and if you are really stuck i may be able to do phone support or visit your schools. Thought i'd introduce my self I work all over the country.

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Hi guys, I'm Alex and I'm the ICT Technician for a Suffolk middle school. I've been here 2 months having previously been ICT Tech in a small primary.

    We have ~500 pupils and 40 staff covering years 5-8. We currently have 30 workstations and 47 curriculum laptops (All XP Pro), 14 Macs (OS9, OSX) and 35 staff laptops (XP, OSX) with 2 2k3 servers (if you can call our admin machine a server), an OSX mailserver, and an office of assorted junk. But we all have one of those don't we ^^

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Hi broc - nice to see someone else on here from our neck of the woods

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Greetings all,
    I'm Steve, and I've kind-of escaped the school environment, having previously worked as IT Tech in a couple of local middle schools, I'm now an IT Consultant/Support-Engineer/whatever-description-fits-whatever-I'm-doing-tomorrow for a local firm on the Isle of Wight. Mainly deal with medium-sized school networks of around the 100 machines level (although we do get involved with the larger systems of quite a few of the local high-schools).

    In fact, DMcCoy still has one of our drill bits embedded in concrete under one of his walkways :P

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