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it - system-administrator Microsoft®: Windows 7 & Server, MCSA 2008, desktop-administrator

The builder of this website works as an 2nd (and 3rd) line Microsoft support engineer: (remote or on-site) Microsoft PC desktop-administrator, laptop, mobile cell phone, or smart phone administration. Server support is welcome too. For this job I am MCSA 2008 certified.
A new Microsoft 2nd line support engineer, on-site support, remote support, or desktop-administrator challenge is always welcome.

Microsoft® Windows 7 & Server system-administrator

He is a 2nd (and 3rd) line desktop-administrator for Microsoft Windows 7 and XP.
And 2nd line system-administrator for Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and 2003, MCSA 2008 certified.
This means working with desktop, laptop, server, mobile phone, smart phone, and printer. Hardware is fun. He has experience with Active Directory, file and print servers, and limited experience with Exchange and SCCM/SMS client tools.
He works with remote support, as on-site support and can work on a help-desk.
A happy customer is what he is aiming for.

He shows initiative, with incidents e.g., he can define a problem, start the problem being handled, and have it solved.

Some examples:
For a large bank he helped to get the attention needed to solve slowness of a Netapp profile and user data server environment.
He helped to find the cause of file corruption, this appeared to be a routing Apple device.
Internet over VPN was enabled by replacing the user Windows account by a new one.
Having email on both Windows 7 and XP was repaired by replacing the mailbox by a new one.
An AIX printer, behind firewalls, was made available for Windows users after submitting the required info to the requesting person on short notice.
In order to improve poor Windows 7 application performance: network sniffing.
When user accounts got locked, he suggested the investigation of a.o. Java update login, database login, proxy login and network sniffing, Java appeared to be buggy and blocked the accounts in the end.
For a new company he insisted on working according to ITIL, to improve efficiency of the procedures.
For the benefit of this new company he forwarded tickets to the correct group to be handled there.
For an Electricity company he was successfully in charge of a six men bureau cable bind project, several evenings.
For a Gas production company he suggested the concept of a new network traffic routing to abolish a complex third party device. This is being used now.

The main thing is to keep the customer satisfied, no matter if this can be done quickly, or may take (quite) some time.

Certifications achieved, courses taken, some self-study done:

Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate: Windows Server 2012: 70-417, self-study in progress.
RedHat EX200, course taken in 2012.
Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate: MCSA Windows Server 2008, exam passed in 2012.
LPIC-1 and LPIC-2, exam passed in 2012.
Configuring Microsoft Windows 7: 70-680, self-study in 2011.
Microsoft Certified IT Professional, Windows Server 2008, Server Administrator, exam passed in 2011.
CCENT/CCNA ICND1, 640-822: Cisco Certified Network Associate, self-study in 2010.
Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 and XenApp 5.0 for Windows Server 2003: Administration: CTX-1259AI, exam passed in 2008.
Prince 2 Foundation, exam passed in 2008.
VMware Infrastructure 3, course taken in 2007.
MCSA MS Windows Server 2003, exam passed in 2007.
ITIL Essentials, self-study in 2006.
Citrix Presentation Server 4.0 (CCA), course taken in 2006.
Windows XP Professional: 070-270, self-study in 2006.
Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure: 070-216, exam passed in 2002.
Windows 2000 Professional: 070-210, exam passed in 2002.
Installing, Configuring and Administering Windows 2000 Server: 070-215, exam passed in 2002.
Windows NT Workstation 4.0: 070-073, exam passed in 2000.
MCSE MS Windows NT 4.0, exam passed in 1999.

An 2nd line Microsoft support job comprising of on-site support, remote system-administration, and help-desk, on the broad range of Windows 7 and Server 2008, can be quite various.

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Linux®: xubuntu®

This website builder uses an entirely self installed and maintained linux (xubuntu) PC at home. Open source linux xubuntu, for example, offers a light open source operating system. Have a look at what this can be by clicking the tux (linux) logo link below.

 

Microsoft Windows (7) and open source linux, and certainly a(n) (x)ubuntu version, work fine on a PC.

 

multimedia computer (MPC) example.
An older computer with the light linux version xubuntu installed. Or a Windows or linux installation for education purposes: on-site support and 2nd line Microsoft support system-administration training ...

This website builder is a Microsoft specialist, but uses xubuntu linux at home.

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