Re: OS to know.
From: xyberpix (xyberpix_at_xyberpix.com)
Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2005 07:34:41 +0100 To: Curtis LaMasters <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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You're joking right?????
Are you allowed to give all that info out?
On 13 Oct 2005, at 00:57, Curtis LaMasters wrote:
> I'm a Systems Administrator in the Marine Coprs so I can give you
> insigt on the military section of the government. We are currently
> running Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000 as our
> typical server and desktop operating systems. You will see some
> instances of Red Hat Enterprise, Solaris, and BSD. Our current
> firewall choice is the Cyberguard Firewall Appliance. As for routers
> and switches we are 100 percent Cisco IOS. The current standardized
> os is 12.3x. Hope that helps.
> On 10/11/05, John Williams <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I am a graduate student at George Mason University obtaining my MS in
>> Information Security and Assurance. What operating system is used
>> more for
>> security administration in the private sector versus the
>> government sector?
>> Pretty much I would like to know what operating system I should
>> focus on if
>> I wanted to pursue a government career in security or if I wanted
>> to purse a
>> career in the private sector. Thanks.
>> Mark Jacobs
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> Curtis LaMasters
> "Life is hard, but It's harder when your stupid"
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