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-Jerry records an encounter with an organization claiming to be Apple support. "Phil Schilmer" takes the bait.
-After receiving a routing call to setup Windows in Bootcamp, Jerry has some hurdles.
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-Joe puts a call out to non-ACN listeners to hear your story. Email or tweet us!
-Sam has a client struggling to understand the value of his MSP model.
-Needing to provide employee monitoring for a client, Jerry researches and reports on ActivTrak.
-Services like CrashPlan provide cloud based backup, but what about when it's time to restore? Jerry has to suffer through that slow process.
-Why do end users close the TeamViewer Quick Support window after giving credentials?
-The CCP crew discusses the pros and cons of selling used equipment on eBay. Jerry tries to organize a tech tag sale.
-Jerry and Sam work together over the weekend to correct an issue with Rumpus running on macOS Server 5.
-Refer back to Episode 079 to hear all about Rumpus from its creator, John O'Fallon of Maxum Development.