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Westmead Historical Note:

Westmead is located 26 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Parramatta and is part of the Greater Western Sydney region.

Westmead was originally a part of the domain of Government House in Parramatta. What is left of this domain, including Government House form present day Parramatta Park. The Governors domain was subdivided in 1859 and this is when Westmead came into use. The Western Meadow and Northern meadow were split off – called Northmead and Westmead

In 1820 Parramatta Marist School was established in Hunter Street Parramatta. In 1837 the school was transferred to the site of the present junior school and entrusted to the care of Marist Brothers in 1875; this makes Parramatta Marist the oldest Catholic School in Australia

Neighbouring suburbs include Old Toongabbie, Wentworthville, North Parramatta, Northmead, Merrylands West, North Parramatta, Parramatta and Mays Hill.

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computer repairs task: retrieve data and format computer

17/04/2014

1. temp repair of windows xp to retrieve photos

2. backup of photos

3. format machine

4. reinstall drivers and sotware

Inspect medium office with problematic networking

23/09/2011

1. Went onsite

2. Inspect network issue (various machines losing network connection briefly)

3. Inspect network layout

4. Inspect workstation/server layout

5. Provide recommendations/feedback

6. Set static Ip's to 3 workstations

7. Change drive mappings to bypass dns service (connect via IP)

8. Set modem DHCP range to be out of server IP (server ip 10.1.1.16, modem range previously 10.1.1.11 now 10.1.1.20)

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