If your school year starts in September and you're anything like me, you're probably buried beneath a mountain of work orders, hundreds of boxes of new equipment, piles of unpaid invoices, and eMail and voice mail boxes that are overflowing as the new school year's students begin to pour through the front doors.

Because a school's population changes radically by anywhere from 100 to 1,000 people each year, the job of the school network administrator becomes especially challenging each fall. Not only are there several hundred new students who need to be granted access and trained, but there are


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