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    Hi Amadeo

    Hey Soo

    Welcome to both of you

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    Hello all

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    Hello, I'm Craig and I'm a geek!

    Full time IT Technician for a grammar school in Lancashire.
    I've previously worked in local government and private sector offices and enjoyed both. I left a field technician role with a Yorkshire based IT solutions company to work here simply because it's very close to home, the hours are great, the salary was surprisingly attractive and I don't have to drive all round the UK anymore.

    ITIL & Microsoft qualified, technical/knowledge skills are broad, mostly Microsoft, Win 2k3 server; AD admin. Exchange 2k3, XP, Vista etc. Some AS400/i-series and Citrix knowledge. Pretty good with Symantec Backup Exec, Ghost, Ranger for networks etc.
    General Mr fix-it for desktops, laptops, laser printers, wireless issues!
    Current learning curve is an NEC virtualisation solution installed in school during Feb half term.

    When not working I can be found slumped in a chair with a pizza and an xbox controller.
    I also love motorsport & coffee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Great_Scott View Post
    Hello, I'm Craig and I'm a geek!

    Full time IT Technician for a grammar school in Lancashire.
    I've previously worked in local government and private sector offices and enjoyed both. I left a field technician role with a Yorkshire based IT solutions company to work here simply because it's very close to home, the hours are great, the salary was surprisingly attractive and I don't have to drive all round the UK anymore.

    ITIL & Microsoft qualified, technical/knowledge skills are broad, mostly Microsoft, Win 2k3 server; AD admin. Exchange 2k3, XP, Vista etc. Some AS400/i-series and Citrix knowledge. Pretty good with Symantec Backup Exec, Ghost, Ranger for networks etc.
    General Mr fix-it for desktops, laptops, laser printers, wireless issues!
    Current learning curve is an NEC virtualisation solution installed in school during Feb half term.

    When not working I can be found slumped in a chair with a pizza and an xbox controller.
    I also love motorsport & coffee!
    Hi Craig,

    Good to have you here!

    P.S I love motorsports too, have u got a motorbike..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Great_Scott View Post
    Hello, I'm Craig and I'm a geek!

    Full time IT Technician for a grammar school in Lancashire.
    I've previously worked in local government and private sector offices and enjoyed both. I left a field technician role with a Yorkshire based IT solutions company to work here simply because it's very close to home, the hours are great, the salary was surprisingly attractive and I don't have to drive all round the UK anymore.

    ITIL & Microsoft qualified, technical/knowledge skills are broad, mostly Microsoft, Win 2k3 server; AD admin. Exchange 2k3, XP, Vista etc. Some AS400/i-series and Citrix knowledge. Pretty good with Symantec Backup Exec, Ghost, Ranger for networks etc.
    General Mr fix-it for desktops, laptops, laser printers, wireless issues!
    Current learning curve is an NEC virtualisation solution installed in school during Feb half term.

    When not working I can be found slumped in a chair with a pizza and an xbox controller.
    I also love motorsport & coffee!


    Welcome aboard fella,

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    Welcome Craig

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    Hi Craig

    might want to pick your brains on Ranger for Networks - we've just had it installed here and are still trying to get to grips with bits and pieces - especially configuring stuff.
    We had some engineers in from Stone who set up the vast majority of stuff but we get the odd problem and have to revert to the user manual - which as you are no doubt aware is rather thick and not always as user friendly as it could be.

    Glyn

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    Hiya mate, no motorbike I'm sorry. I do love em but I kept coming off or dropping them when I was younger so I gave up. Few mates have em, ones just ordered himself a Yamaha R6? Another one constantly brags about how his Kawasaki ZX-12R has 168BHP at the wheel - as if I'm completely unaware that it is faster than my car...

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    Yeah mate, no probs. I was new to it when i started here but if you throw that manual to one side and look at it with common sense & logic it actually starts to make sense! Personally, I like it.

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    Welcome aboard cyclesolv,

    p.s be sure to pm the admins if you wish to promote your company,

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    Hello cyclesolv

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    Welcome Welcome Welcome

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    hello

    hi
    I am really looking forward to this forum, helping others in business and being helped in return

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2Help View Post
    hi
    I am really looking forward to this forum, helping others in business and being helped in return
    Plenty of that here so welcome aboard

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