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IT Professional? Introduce here, please...
« on: 22. February 2011., 08:57:01 »
Hi All.

We (SCF Team) create this area for IT Professionals...

Since huge number of SCF Members works in IT industry, I'm sure that all of us will have benefit from this area... just imagine Latest news, threats, advices, experiences, solutions... from IT World... all in one place at SCF Community. :bih:

So please start, ASAP, with your Questions/Answers & don't forget to regularly check this area and inform your SCF buddies about Latest news, threats...  ;) :thumbsup:

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IT Professional? Introduce here, please...
« on: 22. February 2011., 08:57:01 »




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Re: IT Professional? Introduce here, please...
« Reply #1 on: 22. February 2011., 16:18:11 »
hi guys,

this is munna on this hell ... and at first we can give a big thanks to Mr. Samker for introducing us  "Server & Network Security Base" on scforum

Well, i'm MCP, MCSA on Windows Server 2000 and 2003 and MCTS on Windows Server 2008, have little knowledge on some other OS like Sun Solaris, Novell and Linux. the fun on the NOS(network Operating system) is it's platform independent and you can serve to any client whatever that is windows or linux or mac or bsd ...

by heart and soul i love Machine coz i wanted to set my soul on there coz they never betray and i can feel their heart-bit.

my only wanting is, we will share our thoughts, experience, and latest technology. of course we will try to solve errors too but all should be related servers.

have a nice day to you all and take care ...

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Re: IT Professional? Introduce here, please...
« Reply #2 on: 23. February 2011., 08:11:06 »
Hello all,
I too am an IT professional, I have knowledge in the following fields:
* IBM Tivoli Storage Manager.
* IBM P series machines.
* Firewalls ( Windows and Linux ).
* McAfee ePO server.
* Windows and Linux servers.

I am a certified AIX 5.3 Administrator, and currently preparing to get RHCE, wish me luck :)

My best wishes to SCForum and hope more IT pros will join us here :)

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Re: IT Professional? Introduce here, please...
« Reply #3 on: 23. February 2011., 09:27:16 »
Welcome to SCF's PRO base my friend.  ;)


I am a certified AIX 5.3 Administrator, and currently preparing to get RHCE, wish me luck :)

My best wishes to SCForum and hope more IT pros will join us here :)

Good Luck, I'm sure that everything will be Ok.  8)

cya around SCF,

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Re: IT Professional? Introduce here, please...
« Reply #4 on: 23. February 2011., 16:34:13 »
Hello for all,

I am Network administrator on my work.
My responsibilities are:
-WSUS
-Active Directory
-All types of software installations and maintenance
-DHCP
-DNS
...

also for my friends I maintain computers and clean them from viruses :)

Samker I am very glad that you opened this very useful board for IT pro.


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Re: IT Professional? Introduce here, please...
« Reply #5 on: 04. March 2011., 12:42:51 »
I was born in San Jose, CA and I have done Masters in Marketing from University of Southern California. After completing study I moved to San Jose as I got my first job there. I am working in a company called SSLlogic which is an Authorized Comodo SSL Certificates Reseller company and are providing different certificates like EV SSL Certificate, Code Signing Certificate etc. It's really an interesting Job as I see SSL as a deeper subject to know about.

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Re: IT Professional? Introduce here, please...
« Reply #6 on: 22. January 2013., 04:13:56 »
Hi,

I am new on this forum but after looking all the topics i found this is really good site

my profile:
working as Sr. System Administrator in Corporate environment
- Specialised in VMware (VCP 5.0) and Datacenter management including datacenter Security
- knowledge of Linux, IBM XIV SAN storage, commvault and McAfee ePO
- Expert in windows Server 2003, 2008 & 2012 and HyperV
working in IT industry for the last 13 years


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Re: IT Professional? Introduce here, please...
« Reply #7 on: 16. March 2013., 19:15:28 »
Hello Everyone

Introducing myself - my first post and i hope to make good use of this site

IT Support London Based VMware Virtualization Consultant

My experience lies with : VMware VSphere 5, Windows Server 2003 / 2008 R2

3 years plus of working in a vmware, SAN’s {iSCSI and Fibre Channel protocols}

Nice to meet you all

Have a lovely day whats left of it   ::)


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Re: IT Professional? Introduce here, please...
« Reply #8 on: 17. March 2013., 19:25:10 »
Hi ITSL and Welcome to SCF Community.  :bih:

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Re: IT Professional? Introduce here, please...
« Reply #9 on: 18. March 2013., 09:30:32 »
Starting to sound like Gargamel, but I HATE VMWare ;p So I pity your job and welcome you even more :)

Why I do not like VMWare? Well, either they are very good in crippling illegal versions OR (my guess) their software has been and will always be very buggy.

Still, when I had 8GB of RAM recently I started to use it - if only to clean up all that old iron suffocating up my home ;p

Examples of problems I've seen?
Guest 1, Windows 7: task manager won't show CPU graphs in task manager
Guest 1, Windows 7: network icon says there is a problem, still there is internet. Fixed by repair setup VMWare
Guest 2, Mac OS X: no way to install client tools. Without it, Safari new tab will halt the guest. The fancy new tab display Safari uses really needs proper video support. A friend of mine sent me some tools - still didn't feel like testing it
In general: although promised many times... Sharing (drag drop! copy paste!) between host and guest...? Still haven't seen it working!

But yeah, in the end, it more or less all is still working and I admit, it gives some great and quick testing possibilities... And I use VMWare not in a stable way on server hardware with no software interrupting or being "different" (connecting one of my VPN softwares on Guest 1 will blue screen my windows 8 ent. x64 client...).

So welcome my son :) And if you have some quick tips how to gain some hard drive space back... Please inform in a new topic; for sharing (and immediately unsharing) my Ubuntu guest added another 150GB of disk space usage :|

Half karma for VMWare... And peace!

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