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Hi, my name is Jeremy Stiehl. I have over 10yrs of Mac centric Enterprise IT Support experience, my hobbies include collecting art from Frank Kozik, Huck Gee and Kronk. On my spare time I like to hang out with my wife Sylwia and our son. My tools of trade are Apple Remote Desktop and Casper from Jamf Software.
Johnny Himes is an Apple Administrator for a public school district located in central Pennsylvania. Experience is centered around AD/OD integration, scripting, Managing a wide variety of Mac desktops/laptops and handheld devices.
Johnny manages over 400 Mac Computers and about 500 Windows Computers and AD Servers, he works a lot with Bash Script as well.
Together they offer a lifetime of Mac system administration experience including and not limited to AD Intergration, OS and Software Deployment and Customer Support.
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All Music Composed by Sean Brattan is Available at:
Filmed in Amazing Technicolor
Soundtrack Available on iTunes
No other developers were harmed in the filming and/or production of this product.