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Systems Administrator Responsibilities consist of managing networking appliances, hardware, and software throughout the company. Manage diskbackups, deployment, monitoring, maintenance, development, upgrades and support of all IT systems, including, Windows desktops, Windows 2008 Server OS, and Exchange 2010. Secondary support to LANs, WANs, including switches, routers, firewalls, and other applia...
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