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Feb
27
comment As a helpdesk technician, do I log into remote machines with admin or user credentials?
Depends, if it is an application that is profile specific, then you would probably need to log in as that user. If you are making a more general fix not application related you can do it at the Admin level
Feb
27
comment As a helpdesk technician, do I log into remote machines with admin or user credentials?
If you look at any of the PCs on that domain and look at the user accounts you will probably see the Administrator account, a Guest account that is usually disabled, then the user account for that machine
Feb
27
comment As a helpdesk technician, do I log into remote machines with admin or user credentials?
If you are an Administrator and have the admin log details then when you attempt to log into any machine on that network there is a reserved user account on the machine usually called Administrator that when you try to log in as it will validate the user credentials using AD.
Feb
27
answered As a helpdesk technician, do I log into remote machines with admin or user credentials?
Feb
27
answered Access internet through another computer
Feb
27
comment Back-up of a Brand New Computer
Exactly, it is really easy just to take a quick full image of the machine in case the person ever needs it fully restored to factory condition. Incremental back-up plan would be good so that data is saved as well.
Feb
27
comment How do I set up SSH into my Mac with Lion?
This should give you the guidance you need: stocksy.co.uk/articles/Mac/ssh_on_mac_os_x
Feb
27
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Feb
27
answered Back-up of a Brand New Computer
Feb
27
answered Converting a word document to XML format while preserving font information
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27
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