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  • Ossian
    Moderator
    #167591

    Welcome to the Petri.co.il forums! We’re all glad that you’re here!

    Please post your “Hi” message here on this thread. Please do NOT put your “Hi” message as a separate thread, post it here (click on “Post Reply” in this thread).

    After doing so, and BEFORE posting on the live forums, make sure you read the general forum instructions and rules found on top of each forum. Posting content not according to the forum rules will get you banned. Myself and the other moderators usually shoot first and ask questions later.

    So have a good stay, share your knowledge, contribute to the community, but be warned that this community will not tolerate posts that are not according to the forum rules.

    [Daniel’s earlier topic, now 5 years old, was getting too long so I closed it and created another one]


    biggles77
    Spectator
    #214418

    My name isn’t Fred but I’m first in this thread.

    5 years to fill 9 pages. Gee, we used to do that in a couple of months. :cry:


    wullieb1
    Moderator
    #245771

    I could be Fred for the right price :twisted::twisted::twisted:


    biggles77
    Spectator
    #214419

    “Oh right”, he said and had a cup of tea. :grin: (You’ll need to change your nic to fredb1 then.) [ATTACH=JSON]{“alt”:”Click image for larger version Name:tyahoo.gif Views:t18 Size:t6.2 KB ID:t517363″,”data-align”:”none”,”data-attachmentid”:”517363″,”data-size”:”small”}[/ATTACH]

    Meanwhile in a Brisbane court yesterday two men were before the bench for lurid an indecent behaviour. The first man was fined $2,000 for having sexual intercourse with a goat. The second man was fined $500 for acting the goat. :razz: You Banana Benders are such strange yet wonderful people and you make fantastic pineapple juice. :beer:


    wullieb1
    Moderator
    #245773

    Hey don’t knock it until you try it :razz::razz::beer::beer:


    flashfreaker
    Member
    #392071

    Hi My name is Jules, I have worked as anet admin for +- 20 years. I found this forum while googling for an installation issue I had with Altiris 8.0 HF6 and I finally found the solution on this forum :-) Actually It was a patch MS Quality update rollup that prevented IIS from stopping and restarting.

    So I told myself why not join in :-)

    regards

    Jules


    Ossian
    Moderator
    #192064

    Welcome, Jules :beer:


    zappyg
    Member
    #392075

    Hi there,

    I’m Mark.

    I have started to use Vmware, VCenter 6,5 in my line of work and need to deep into it rapidly :)


    Ossian
    Moderator
    #192070

    Welcome, Causative :beer:


    dona1speed
    Member
    #392079

    Hi, I’m Nancy and I am here to get as much information as possible. I retired 6 years ago as Director of Motor Vehicles and realized just recently how behind I am on technology. I have been hacked and trying to understand what is involved in the process, so I’m not tech savvy, yet. Never too old to learn I’m hoping


    Ossian
    Moderator
    #192072

    Welcome, Nancy. Good to have you with us :beer: I’m glad someone else doesn’t stop learning


    lcolton
    Member
    #392083

    Hi, my name is Brian. I came across this forum while searching for a way to connect with IT professionals. I am a Sales Engineer for a Technology and Security company and have been there for 4.5 years. Recently I have passed a two CompTIA certifications, Network+ and Security+, and am currently studying for the CySa+. Has anyone had any experience with this path?


    Ossian
    Moderator
    #192076

    Welcome, Brian :beer:
    I have an ancient Sec+ which I try to forget about, but no up to date experience with CompTIA


    Enforcer
    Member
    #351350

    Not really new, but haven’t been here in ages. Coming back to continue to seek knowledge. I’m currently a (ISC)2 CISSP and CCSP and have the Comptia Security+ and Network+. Currently working as an Analyst. My current certification I’m studying for is the TOGAF 9.2 cert.


    hemanthkumar
    Member
    #392096

    Greetings all. Joining the group for the collective minds. Hopefully I can offer some assistance as well.


    Ossian
    Moderator
    #192102

    Welcome Ohm…. More electrical puns WILL follow, so resistance is futile (currently that’s all I can come up with) :beer:


    biggles77
    Spectator
    #214473

    Watt? Tom, that is a revolting thing to say in it’s current form and maybe I am going to diode laughing. [ATTACH=JSON]{“data-align”:”none”,”data-size”:”medium”,”data-attachmentid”:518088}[/ATTACH]


    Ossian
    Moderator
    #192105

    I could amp-lify my previous answer, but it is time to coulomb down


    biggles77
    Spectator
    #214475

    You need to relax as I seem to detect some high tension or is there ……. ♫ More than meets the eye? ♫ [ATTACH=JSON]{“data-align”:”none”,”data-size”:”small”,”data-attachmentid”:518100}[/ATTACH]


    Ossian
    Moderator
    #192107

    Currently I am alternating, but I will be tense directly….


    biggles77
    Spectator
    #214477

    Damn, and here I thought you were being direct. How shocking! I look forward to what you shall generate next.


    shanleyp
    Member
    #392112

    Hello Everyone, Have just Joined the forum ! :)


    Ossian
    Moderator
    #192140

    Welcome, Shawn44
    …and bye, bye spammer….


    gmuk
    Member
    #392113

    Hi !!

    I am new one, just would like to say hello.

    I am trying to get the CCNA Security, and learning Python as well.
    A friend of mine recommended this forums, and here I am.

    Hope this journey would be worth.

    Baldo.


    biggles77
    Spectator
    #214496

    Hi Baldovi_6, I hope your journey will be worth it too. The trick is to start with a full head of hair so by the time you retire, you will never have to pay a barber or hairdresser ever again. Just think of the money that will be saved without that expense. :grin:


    anita
    Member
    #392115

    Hi Everyone,

    Donald Silverburgh here from Dallas, Texas. Glad to be a part of this forum.

    Best Regards

    DS


    gmuk
    Member
    #392114
    biggles77;n518415 wrote:
    Hi Baldovi_6, I hope your journey will be worth it too. The trick is to start with a full head of hair so by the time you retire, you will never have to pay a barber or hairdresser ever again. Just think of the money that will be saved without that expense. :grin:

    A full head of hair? Really? Hahahahaha
    No hair in my head since . . .


    dsear
    Member
    #392120

    i am new to this board.

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