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anybody know about Symantec Endpoint

having a hell of a time getting it set back up after moving it to a new server.

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$225 an hour with a (4) hour Min for remote support and I got ya covered

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that sounds about right...
If you are serious, we can talk - I wold have to get an Engineer on the horn to scope and then have you sign off.....

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im serious, but i'm not $900 serious. Takes me a long time to rack up a bill like that at my hourly rate.

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im serious, but i'm not $900 serious. Takes me a long time to rack up a bill like that at my hourly rate.
That is a Disc from $250 an hour - Sorry Bro - Not much I can do on small remote gigs regarding prices

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Re: anybody know about Symantec Endpoinit

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Fucking pricey

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having a hell of a time getting it set back up after moving it to a new server.
Help for free:
Symantec is your problem.

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it is what it is...

but it needs to hurry the eff up. I'm going home to watch the daily show whether this shit is working or not...

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THIS! Trend Micro worry free business security advanced with IMHS is much better, but a little over zealous at times....


Right darren.

The company had symantec av etc when I got here WAY out of date so machines were constantly getting nailed. I ripped it out and put in TM. I nolonger have to rant about my users wiping things out with VIRUSES because all our stuff is LOCKED DOWN now.
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I only know Backup Exec and Backup Exec System Recovery. We don't use Endpoint. But for $225 an hour, I'm willing to learn.
Tell you what, for $150 an hour I'll fix it all for you. that's very little appreciation too. 7 years ago when I did consulting my billing rate was $100/hr or 50/hr (programming and database systems management and design) for friends and I did a fair bit of work. I've gained a lot of experience and am slowly becoming a jack of all trades since then so this is a bargain. besides how often can you say you had another companies cio or ceo working for you.

I'm blessed, over the years, I've had a few do some work for me.


Most recently, Darren and SKYBYTE are doing an awesome job on our network renovation and virtualization project.

and I'll do it onsite. I'll either set up symantec right or you can buy TMWFBSA, and there's a min 6 hour charge.

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im serious, but i'm not $900 serious. Takes me a long time to rack up a bill like that at my hourly rate.
me too
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no wonder i read about all you people doing fun shit all the time....

p.s. update to newest SEPM and re-configure my IIS with ASP.NET and all seems to work.

$400/hr....i guess i'm getting screwed.....

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no wonder i read about all you people doing fun shit all the time....

p.s. update to newest SEPM and re-configure my IIS with ASP.NET and all seems to work.

$400/hr....i guess i'm getting screwed.....
$150/hr and dump symantec and get Trend.

Bug or my Dell Gold team can get you the Trend software at cost. I believe when I did 50 workstations and 6 servers it was 3-5k for the software.

Install and set up I can redo in short order depending on the scope of the project, but I have to charge 6 hours if I have to drive down there.

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thanks for the heads up.

I'll look into it when it's time to buy new software.

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$400/hr....i guess i'm getting screwed.....
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Fucking pricey
HA - Symantec would bill that at $350 to $375 and hour - Anyone under $200 an hour is a small time shop with like (5) employees or an Independent doing side work - We have 73 of the Fort 100 as Active Clients - My guys know what they are doing - Just like bike work, ya get what ya pay for - Oh and the $225 (Down from Standard $250) gets you full Documentation so when you fuck it up again, you have something to reference

Now I know how Gus and CP feel - Sportbike Guys.......

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HA - Symantec would bill that at $350 to $375 and hour - Anyone under $200 an hour is a small time shop with like (5) employees or an Independent doing side work - We have 73 of the Fort 100 as Active Clients - My guys know what they are doing - Just like bike work, ya get what ya pay for - Oh and the $225 (Down from Standard $250) gets you full Documentation so when you fuck it up again, you have something to reference

Now I know how Gus and CP feel - Sportbike Guys.......
Don't take this the wrong way, it's a serious ?

Those active clients you mention, do they not have in house IT ppl?

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YUP

but TM is idiot proof. Is symantec?
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plus I went to symantecs endpoint seminar recently. I got to speak with many disgruntled symantec customers.

Why do you think I haven't gone back?
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Something to be said about a nice set of unix/linux boxes with a good set of ipfilter rules in place from the get-go.
Once I get back at this computer thing for more than 5 minutes after 3 years away, linux is where I am headed.

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+1

we used linux firewalls at my last job and that was the third largest ready mix concrete company in southern california.

Those two years programming and dba experience were priceless right out of college. I went from a meager salary the first year to a healthy hourly rate the next. I regret leaving so quickly and going back has crossed my mind more than once.
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but TM is idiot proof. Is symantec?

seems to me symantec is trying to do too many things and be too fancy.

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Some shit is developed to just create revenue... other shit is developed because it just works. Pretty easy to tell the difference.
ain't that the truth
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seems to me symantec is trying to do too many things and be too fancy.
They care about you paying them on a predictable basis. Anything else is luck.

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