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When you find yourself experiencing the the following or perhaps matching difficulties:

You need to let go of your computer mouse button, switch your computer off and contact Mobile Geeks. Mobile Geeks have been handling laptops or computers around Sydney for many years and there is no computer repair bug we cannot deal with! Call 1300 883 021 and experience our first-class client care, professional skills, speedy turn around and the best prices for yourself! Mobile Geeks is a Sydney owned and based business devoted to our city customers and loyal to its West pennant hills business and individual clientele. To find out more about what we can do for you see Computer Repairs and if you need your computer fixed quick smart, just book us online now or call 1300 883 021!

West Pennant Hills Historical Note:

West Pennant Hills is located 25 kilometres north west of the Sydney central business district; it is the local government areas of both Hornsby Shire and The Hills Shire. West Pennant Hills is located in the Hills District of Sydney, Pennant Hills is a separate suburb and Thompsons Corner is a locality within the suburb.

The suburb has been named for both its geological features and its man-made additions. In the early days of colonisation the range of hills stretching north from Parramatta were referred to as Pennant Hills. *Pennant* referring to a flag pole erected in the areas highest point, the flagpole with it’s *pennant* was a form of early communication. It was used to signal to Parramatta that the Governor had left his retreat in the outer areas of Sydney and was returning to Parramatta.

Thompsons Corner has been named after convict Andrew Thompson who was granted 100 acres in 1796; opposite the signal station in Pennant Hills

mobilegeeks Computer Repairs

Setup VPN for client

31/05/2018

Client wisehs to have VPN setup. Setup VPN without any issues, tested ok

Setup Fuji Xerox business printer/scanner, check email permissions on server and create address book for scan to emails

23/09/2011

1. Went onsite

2. Inspect printer scanner

3. Check all settings

4. Liase with Fuji Xerox x 2

5. Set/Modify and apply all appropriate settings

6. Enter everyone's email address/contact into printer/scanner address book

7. Test scan, pass

8. Show receptionist how to scan to email

9. Inspect why user was receiving estimator emails

10. Check all outlooks with Estimator privileges

11. Inspect and modify/apply settings to server to try and retain emails

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