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    Probably should make clear that someone said it to the director of embc not other way around...

    As said in other thread got good mention from Mike so welcome to anyone who joined us from embc conference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zdenka View Post
    Having just come back from an embc conference, from the mouth of the embc managing director (speaking of conversation from 6 months ago) - "There are not enough professionally qualified ICT teachers, what we need is a recession to drive them from industry into teaching."

    Don't you just love people like that?
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    Probably should make clear that someone said it to the director of embc not other way around...
    Wasn't it Andy Hvass (Syntetrix) who said that?
    Could be wrong, lot of people said stuff

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    Ross, I didn't make it clear, shouldn't post when my brain's gone to bed.

    Anyway, do you really think it's such a good idea to have ICT teachers that are ex-industry experts? A, they will always think they know the best, B, they'll try and bypass security and C, let's face it are they gonna be happy with the pay?

    A thought...

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    Hello everyone.

    The basics first, get them out of the way, i go by the name Martin and I'm an IT Technician at The Harwich School down in wouldn't you know it Harwich.

    I've gone in there as an employee after initially being a student, before working at the school i was a web developer/administrator.

    I know my way round a computer or two but I'm still in the Proficient stage, not yet an expert, hopefully edugeek will be the place i find answers to those burning questions i might be challenged with.

    Martin

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    Welcome Martin

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    hi all,

    my names DDCMP, im a technician at quite a few schools working for a subcontractor in West Yorkshire.....i dont have any qualifications unfortunately but im hoping to start mcp's soon (its a little hard with the child and a mortgage and a wife who loves clothes). i have quite a bit of experience on the hardware side of things as thats where my career started (working for a well known hardware manufacturer) anything else .... feel free to ask!

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    Welcome ddcmp

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    Hi ddcmp & martman2002uk. Welcome to edugeek!

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    Welcome guys!

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    Welcome to the wiered and wonderful world of the geek, may all your problems be little ones

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    Hi everyone, my name is Michael.

    I work for an IT security firm (CSTL) based in central london. I am relatively new to the industry although i've spent most my life working with computers and am interested in reading these forums as I work with alot of schools/college/universities to supply IT security.

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    Welcome Michael

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    I don't want to share the Local C drive.

    Can anyone tell me how to disable adminstartor share from a workstation. Is there another way to unshare the "C drive" on the network without clicking LOCAL COMPUTER > PROPERTIES > SHARE > AND SELECT "Do not share folder on the Window XP clientt?

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    Welcome Rono2008

    I suggest you post your question in the appropriate forum, this is the welcome thread so might not get a great of viewing or an answer.

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    Hello all I can't remember if I introduced myself but have been on the site for a wee while now. I am Jackie and another Laydeee Geek!! I came late into the game as was in my 40's when I got into IT as worked in a jail for 6 years as network administrator/co-ordinator.
    Though am Scots I live and work in Wallsend!! I am an IT Technician in a school for 11-18 year olds. We run CC4 and since it was installed last July have had a bit of an up and down road with it. Seems to be settling a bit now though software roll outs can still be problematic.

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