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Duties of a system administrator
A system administrator's responsibilities typically include:
Morning checks of systems/software
Monitor system performance and provide security measures, troubleshooting and maintenance as needed.
Assist users to diagnose and solve their problems.
Adding/deleting/modifying user account information, resetting passwords, etc.user accountpasswords
System performance tuningperformance tuning
Design and implement systems, network configurations, and network architecture, including hardware and software technology, site locations, and integration of technologies.
Maintain the peripherals, such as printers, that are connected to the network.
Identify areas of operation that need upgraded equipment such as Computer, Drop Cables (UTP), fiber optic cables, Hub, Switch, etc..
Train users in use of equipment.
Develop and write procedures for installation, use, and troubleshooting of communications hardware and software.
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