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Enterprise Messaging System / IT Infrastructure

Michael Dong 

Certificates:       MCSE, MCP+I, CLP (Certified Lotus Notes Professional), SUN Certified JAVA Programmer

Specialize in:      Enterprise Messaging System - Exchange/Lotus Notes/GroupWise;  IT Infrastructure - NT/2000, LAN, WAN, Cisco Router, Switch, Network Security, RAS, SAN&NAS, Disaster Recovery, Anti-Virus, Documentation; Manage projects, etc.. 

I have worked in IT industry for more than 10 years, and have been focusing on Enterprise Messaging Systems and IT Infrastructure in recent years. Right now I am leading the projects to migrate the Novell systems to NT/2000 systems; and to migrate NT based systems to 2000 based infrastructure.

*Hot tips of the week:

Exchange Disaster Recovery Tip: Save a clean directory database before your Exchange server crashes!

That old and good Windows NT Resource Kit  -- Snapshot of your server's Registry

To make your life easier -- Do a parallel install of server OS

What's the functions of each OSI model layer -- Cisco version



Can I put my Exchange Information Store in the SAN?

More on SAN vs. NAS - FAQs

SAN vs. NAS - What are they and how do you manipulate them in Exchange



Please click links below for more information: 

Exchange        Networking         SAN & NAS        Resource Kit        Free Online Resources

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