SBS 2003 and beyond

Feb 14 2009   12:26PM GMT

When it rains it pours and look what I got.

Roger Crawford Roger Crawford Profile: Roger Crawford

I want to say right away here I am not complaining. But you ever had one of those times when there is not enough time in the day it seems like. I have about 5 big projects all running at the same time here which I am not going to complain about as I know some probably wish they had this problems. But you are bouncing from one to another to another and keeping them all straight on where you are at with each. I guess the alternative could be worse sitting around wondering where the next gig is going to be.

I know I have not blogged much about really fixing things but this is a time where they are all new installs of new equipment and not much fixing going on. I know I put my wifes SBS 2008 Server into her network about 45 days ago and the box has not been rebooted since it just keeps working. I like that and I know the first SBS 2008 server that I migrated from Standard Server 2003 has just been working. Is that a good thing for a break fix guy not really but you sure have happy customers then.

Today is Valentines Day and I had to go out of state Thursday and Friday on a server install and I thought ahead and ordered with the local florist something to be delivered on Friday which turned out to be a huge thing of flowers. I guess that is what they meant by Ultimate Choice wow looks like I biggy sized my happy meal here. She was happy and surprised which is a good thing and that is me.

I had to drive home in a snow storm last night which turned my 3 hour trip into a 5 hour trip but it was worth it as I got home and there was a big box waiting for me. It was a steering wheel and brake and gas pedal for my xBox 360 I am so spoiled.


Til Later just Roger

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