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11 Stars
Field Service Director and Level III Onsite Technician for 4 years. 13+ years experience
Technician Details:
Scott C.
Location: Burke, VA
Phone: 1-800-798-0173
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Membership Info:

Member since: May 2005
Status: Active
Article Posts: 0
Comments: 0
Last Updated: December 2010

Feedback Comments:

"Scott was great in setting up several servers over a two day call. Great to work with."
Cambridge, MA
Posted on 4/14/2011

"Great guy! Very understanding of my incompetancy. Went to great legths to resolve the problem."
Chantilly, VA
Posted on 2/7/2008

Qualifications, Skills, and Certifications:

Operating Systems:
Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT Server, Windows CE, Palm, Windows Xp Professional, Windows Xp Home Edition, Windows NT Workstation,
Technical Solutions:
"Installed security software, Office 2010, remove all trialware on the PC, Setup Mcaffee and and subscription. Connect wireless modem/router - Cox ISP, set up wireless network and security, create passwords. Set up email through Outlook-2 accounts. Add desktop shortcuts, and a battery back up. Setup printer and remote and tested all devices."


"Arrive onsite. Check in with Anissa Smith. Found laptop to have 2 versions of Excel. Lots of file types no associated with either version or correct version. Reassociate XLSX, XLSMHTML, XLXML all to the newet Office version. Fix 7 individual problem files. Restore defaults for file viewing to prevent reoccurance. Demo to client. Site complete. Fax form to C/A."
"Site complete. "


"2 days onsite. Performed several server, switch, and cable moves and installs with Chris Cogdon. Completed testing and troublehooting for multiple network issues with remote support."


"Boot Machine. found the Autocln.dll Error."
"Disable the offending command. Reboot 5+ times to verify error has been eliminated. Complete."