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Steve Craig

I am currently an MCSE, MCT, NNCSS (Nortel Networks Certified Support Specialist), NNCI (Instructor), NNCDE (Design Expert), and a few others within the Nortel family. I am working on CCNA and the Cisco Grouping, as well as more in the Win2000 family. 

I have been in the business for over 20 years and spent most of the last 10 in Networking. I have done both pre and post sales support as well as network design and implementation. I have been focusing on infrastructure for some time, but people keep hiring me for OS related work. I am currently an Exchange Administrator for a brokerage house in NYC (Wall Street). In my duties here, I have started doing some minor programming using ASP, CDO and Outlook VBA. All of this is Public Folder Based in one form or another. 






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