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Setup Windows 2012 Server


Drewvale, Queensland, Australia

6th Apr 2017

Job involves setting up a Windows 2012 server with DNS, DHCP, active directory, group policies, file server etc. Also migrating all the user profiles from our existing Windows SBS 2008 server to this new server. Also bringing across the data from SBS 2008 to Windows 2012 Server. Happy to look at offers, see attached picture foe details

Computer File Server/NAS Repair and/or reset


Cannon Hill QLD, Australia

21st Nov 2020

I have a 12TB Western Digital Sentinel DX4000 NAS/Server that is having issues. After a moving house, I turned it on and Initialises OK, but then displays "Status Failed: 0xD9". I am not computer literate enough to tackle the task of restoring the drives. It is configured in a RAID 5 configuration, and would like to keep as much of the data as possible. If recovering data is not possible, then just getting it working would be OK.

Setting up NetRestore, NetInstall MacOS Server


Yeronga, Queensland, Australia

25th Aug 2018

I require assistance getting NetInstall, NetRestore and NetBoot to work on my macOS server (10.13.6) and my network. It's a very simple network and the server is not setup in any special way but for some reason I can not get a NetInstall, NetRestore or NetBoot image to appear on any devices connected to the network. Here is what I've done and tried. I tried with both Mac OS X 10.11 Server and now macOS 10.13 My network is very simple. Router is a D-Link DSL-2890AL (located at: [Content Moderated] It is connected to a 5-port Gigabit switch. The server and all other devices are connected directly to that switch. The server is running macOS 10.13.6 and is located at: [Content Moderated] I have tried creating a NetInstall image using the 10.13 install, it has corrected successfully and shows in macOS Server as an available NetInstall image. I have also used AutoDMG to create a basic disk image of 10.13 and using System Image Utility to create a NetRestore image, this also shows as available on the server. Neither is visible on target machines, not when option booting or from System Preferences. I have tried to see the NetInstall and NetBoot images on various target machines including: iMac 21.5" 2013, MacBook Air 2013, MacBook Air 2014, MacBook Pro 2015, Mac Pro 2012 etc. None show either network bootable volume. I have restarted the server, I have restarted macOS Server, I have tried different cables, I have tried connecting the server and the target directly to the router without the switch in between, I have pointed port 67, 68, and 69 to my server from my router, I have pointed 80 and 443 to my server. I have restarted my router. I'm out of ideas and I am seeking a macOS Server expert with experience in setting up networks and servers to deploy NetRestore, NetInstall and NetBoot images

Enable DNS on El Capitan Mac OSX Web Server


Yeronga QLD 4104, Australia

28th Feb 2016

Currently trying to setup my home web server but I am having some difficulty. I am fairly technical but I can't get the DNS to turn on in the Server panel and therefore I obviously can't get the site to be accessible publicly. I'm sure its a quick job and I am just missing something obvious but I'm over it and I just want it to be done and work. Basically this task is to get the DNS switch on for my private Mac OS X Server so I can host a public facing website. Remote access will be provided to the person who wins the task

Set up email servers on iPhone


Coorparoo QLD, Australia

26th May 2020

Hi, I am in need of an IT guru to assist with setting up some email servers on both my iPhone and Mac so they sync. Not having much luck with Crazy Domains chat and it’s crucial I have this email up for orders coming though. I’m in Coorparoo but can come to you.