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Topic # 29527 10-Jan-2009 15:57
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Hello,

Long time reader first time poster.

Just working for a small IT company down here in Dunedin called SCL Limited (www.sclsolutions.com). I do work as an HP repair tech for business desktops/laptops as well as consumer notebooks and the HP photo centres. Also, I do a bit of onsite sysadmin work for a few of our clients and the odd bit of consumer services (spyware virus removal etc). I’m fairly new in the industry but enjoying it lots. I’m hoping to work towards being more network services orientated rather than the break/fix type work. And would like to get involved in some SBS installs, this will come with time/experience!

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Alex.


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  Reply # 188663 10-Jan-2009 21:48
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Good to see more active poster not just lurkers .. welcome :)

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 188743 11-Jan-2009 10:46
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Hi Alex, Welcome to Geekzone!




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  Reply # 190287 18-Jan-2009 00:03
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Welcome to Geekzone Alex. Thanks for the introduction!

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