Data Security Specialist/Network Administrator
I am relativly inexpierenced, and got thrown into a network admin role. Basically, "We cant afford a admin, so you do it." It's an awesome opportunity, but I have to teach myself how to do it, and I've learned more in the last couple months then I thought possible. (AD deployment, ADFS, SSO, Cisco, DNS, linux, VPN, next is Direct Access deployment, CCNA and CISSP). So if its not possible, or is somthing that I should know. I am learning, so dont rip into me too bad. I'm trying to follow best practices, and am completly open to advice, information, and I wont get mad when I get a slap upside the head and am told "DONT DO THAT!!!"
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