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Topic # 8581 12-Jul-2006 21:58
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I thought I'd kick off my intro with an old school NetWare login script trick for those of us who remember Wink

I work for ZESPRI International Limited (the kiwifruit folk) with the lofty title of Senior Operations Analyst.  My responsibilities include SAP BASIS support, AIX and Solaris systems, IBM system P hardware and storage gear, Oracle and Informix databases, CheckPoint Firewalls, and general oversite of our Windows infrastructure (although I'm not directly responsible for it).  I also have a hand in the IP network LAN/WAN design and troubleshooting, although Telecom do all the actual router management.

Hobbies?  In case you didn't guess, looking after all the above doesn't leave me time for hobbies!  As ZESPRI is based in Mount Maunganui and I live in "Sunshine Paradise" Papamoa, I guess I should really try and see more sun, sand and surf over summer...

We are currently rolling out an application for or Quality Assurance staff using Symbol MC70 WM5 devices, which was my primary reason for joining this site.  I also convinced work to supply me with an Apache to extend my support reach when a laptop may not be pratical.  My wife is, however, is not convinced that being able to work from even more places is such a great thing Smile

So - enough rambling... there's more email to check!

Cheers,
Andy.

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Reply # 40926 12-Jul-2006 22:17
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Welcome to GZ Andy. That MC70 is a nice piece of kit.




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