Is it possible to become an expert in antivirus protection management and configuration (to be able to fine tune your centrally managed antivirus software in a mixed environment that includes different types of systems: Windows, UNIX, Linux), complex network topology with LAN, WAN links, various types of networking devices, IDSs, different types of routers and hardware firewalls, etc., inluding custom-made applications, and different types of security systems integrated into the same network, as well as an expert in Server systems configuration and magement, Active directory in general and Group Policies in particular, also helpdesk software and implementation expert, network analyst from ground zero after 2-year college with the knowledge of the systems and networks basics, and learn it all by yourself without any practical guidance? Because that is what my boss wants me to do, and after 6 months of trying to to do all this, I am ready to scream. I am completely drained and frustrated.
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