Today’s featured member, Labnuke99, has been a part of the community for some time now. His array of badges and cogs are proof that he’s always willing to help out his fellow IT Knowledge Exchange members. Troy was a US Navy Nuclear Engineering Laboratory Technician who enjoys origami in his free time. He’s also on Twitter as @labnuke. A little bit more about Troy, in his own words:
I am an IT Manager at an organization which designs, manufactures and sells a broad line of electronic components and electronic assemblies, primarily serving the electronic needs of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). I provide day to day support for international and domestic data network and security.
If Labnuke99 has provided the solution to one of your IT problems, be sure to approve his answer and pay the knowledge forward!
- IPv6 training/education
- Computing not pinging in LAN
- What are the steps for creating a user in Active Directory?
- How can I block a website in Windows XP using Regedit or Group Policy?
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