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cole wrote at 2013-01-05 02:26:43
worked very well did this my self but still having issues im having problems with programs for some reason programs are still tiring to instill in Korean for example my computer can not read some programs and in install shield wizard there are a lot of ? marks on the screen and Korean letters

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Christopher Egilo


Christopher is here to answer any question on Windows Vista. It is sometimes difficult to get accurate advice when a new operating system comes on the market, and there is limited information available in public forum, and some of which is questionable, or without result. ------

Christopher was part of the Codename "Longhorn" independent beta testing team and has been working with windows Vista since the public release of Windows XP. He will give you direct answers to your questions, and they will concise and clear.

Christopher is a Microsoft Partner, and has been involved with windows server based networks since the creation of Windows. Christopher overseas network administration of the following at a executive level: The administration of Windows 2003, XP, 2000, ME, 9x, NT, Novell, and Citrix ICA Clients, Server software such as Microsoft Virtual Server, VMWare, Visio, Solarwinds, GFI LanScanner, Exchange, SQL Server, MOM, SMS, Veritas Backup Exec, Ipswitch, PCAnywhere, NetMon, Dell OpenManage, HP Insight Manager & OpenView, and design of Intranets, Extranets, and DMZ’s. Christopher is currently Beta Testing Windows Server 2008 | Beta 3 for the Microsoft Developer Network as an independent advisor and contributor.


Christopher Canada's foremost expert in privacy security and remote network security and intrusion detection | Web servers, Active Directory Services, Anti-Virus Policy, SMTP Forwarding Servers, Clustering, VPNs, Virtual Servers, ISA, Checkpoint, and Cisco Firewalls, Citrix Farms, NAT, and IPSec. Christopher developed software to assist digital forensic evidence analysis. Designed and implemented a forensic disk imaging utility currently used by law enforcement Developed file system readers for ext2, NTFS, HFS, and HFS+. Enabling simple data recovery files on FAT, NTFS, and ext2.

Christopher is of the Industries top data recovery professionals, he has methods enabling him to recovery data from damaged drivers, drives, partitions and file systems, using geometrical analysis of the physical drive cylinders and heads, together with analysis of the previous file system structure, he is able to recover system structured data from raw or damaged drives.

 Christopher likes to keep his knowledge of Visual Basic.NET 2.0, 3.0, SQL, JAVA, HTML, ASP.NET 1.0 1.1 2.0 3.0, C, C++, PL/SQL C Sharp, and prefers not to give advice on programming, as he only uses thins knowledge for personal developments.

Christopher is a Master Graphic Designer, and quite creative too! He is more then fluent in almost every mainstream graphic design and desktop publishing program on the market today, Including Dream Weaver, Flash, Fireworks, Photoshop, Visual Studio.NET, Microsoft Expression, Corel Draw and Paint, and Others.

Christopher is MOS Master certified for Microsoft Office, and will answer Vista related questions to Microsoft Office Only. Christopher does not like Oracle and SQL Server. Experience in the area I have extensive experience in the administration of Windows 32 bit servers and workstations, furthermore am currently working with Vista 64 bit components.

Christopher has developed security software add-ons for Vista helping secure the many privacy breeches in the system components and is able to resolve any current published problem with the Operating Systems and is working independently to resolve others for the MSDN, some of which have still not been identified by Microsoft.

Clients agreeing to disclosure: Security Administration, Quantum Corporation, Internal Intranet Security Infrastructure development and maintenance. Financial Institutions : Non-Disclosure Agreement's) NCR Data systems : Secured data-trans protocol and data transmission development. Alliance ASSURANCE Group LLC. PS1x Privacy Security International Corp. Datacorp Canada Private Government and Municipal Contacts and Security Consulting -----

Current Position Executive Vice President, Development and Architecture PS1x Privacy Security Corporation Toronto, Ontario Canada

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