MUCCS, Muckleroy Computer Consulting Services, is a computer consultant of one, me, Tony Muckleroy. With wide spread use of high speed Internet I can resolve most of your
computer issues remotely! Using the TeamViewer software I can “remote control” your
PC and resolve and even show you how to fix the problem in the future!
Contact me for more information on how to get connected to MUCCS and discuss what the fee will be. There is no charge for discussing the problem(s) you’re having, so really all it costs you is a bit of your time.
You can contact me via Online Chat (to the left of the screen) Voice mail (to the right of the screen) or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Personally before I asked someone to help me I’d like to know a little about what they know. Why should I trust them with my beloved computer and network. So here’s a bit of what I have worked with over the years. As you can well imagine there is much missing. If you don’t see what you are curious about just ask.
Generally speaking what I don’t know I can figure out. When you work in I.T. you get asked a lot of questions that aren’t necessarily on your resume, or job description.
MS Windows (3.1-XP, Vista, 7, 8) MS Windows Sever (NT 4.0, 2000, 2003, 2008)
WINS, DNS, DHCP, IIS, Active Directory (AD), Citrix
MS Exchange 5.5, 2007 (3 servers at different geographical locations supporting 400+ users)
LINUX (RedHat RHEL 5 – 7) (Fedora Core 6 – 16) (SLES 10,11) (CentOS 5-6.2)
DNS (NAMED,BIND), Sendmail, Apache, MySql, IPTABLES, Zoneminder, Nagios, Asterisk, Squid
VMWare Workstation 5.5
VMWare ESXi 5.x Virtualization
(RHEL 6, Windows 2003 Server)
Oracle Virtualbox 4.2.6 (headless)
VMS and OpenVMS (Digital and Compaq)
SAN and NAS
MS Office (Access, Excel, Outlook, Word, Visio)
MS Visual Basic 1.0 – 6.0
Cisco (25xx, 36xx, 4xxx, 7xxx, PIX)
Sonicwall, Netgear, pfsense
Remote Access (VPN/ipsec, RDP, VNC)
HP Gen 6, 7, 8 Intel and AMD servers
In 1995 when Windows 95 was released many of the executives at CSC Credit Services decided this “Internet” thing was pretty cool and could we have a website. I researched it, found an Internet service provider (that wasn’t dial up!) set up connectivity, DNS servers, email, and IIS on a Windows NT server, and BOOM we were on the Internet as a company.