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[TechRepublic] 10 dumb things IT pros do that can mess up their networks

November 05, 2008

10 dumb things IT pros do that can mess up their networks

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End users aren't the only ones whose misguided actions can bring a smooth-running network to a screeching halt. IT pros make their share of mistakes, too. Deb Shinder has targeted a number of the most common oversights and bad habits that can land techs in trouble.

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