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Zetland Historical Note:

Zetland is located 4 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Sydney.

Zetland is a predominantly an industrial suburb with some medium to high density housing. It is also a part of *Green Square* a project of urban renewal that is constructing modern business, residential and retail developments.

Zetland has been named after Thomas Dundas the second Earl of Zetland, who was a friend of Governor Sir Hercules Robinson. Zetland is an archaic spelling of Shetland.

In the early 1900’s there was a lagoon and swamp in Zetland that was drained to create Victoria Park racecourse. The privately owned racecourse was closed after World War two and the land bought by the British Motor Corporation for a car plant.  Leyland Australia closed the plant in 1974 and the site was acquired by the Commonwealth of Australia for a Naval stores depot which closed in the mid 1990’s.

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Wi-fi set up


Computer repairs task: the client  complained about poor wi-fi connection in the house. Issue diagnosed and resolved.

computer repairs task: supply 3 new Dell desktop PCs


3 hours labour:

- supplied and installed 3 new dell desktop PCS

- configured microsoft outlook, installed anti-virus software and configured printer connections

Connect printer to Windows XP computer


1. Went onsite x 2

2. Inspect current setup

3. Move machines as per instructions

4. Backup user data

5. Notice machine moving to user was flaky and relay to client

6. Move all machines back to original positions

7. Connect printer downstairs to downstairs computer

8. Advise client on possible ways to move forward/clean up setup

9. Plug in external USB HDD to server

10. Create server state and data backup schedule to run daily 7pm and test (ok)

11. Modify old backup system to backup to new backup drive (data only, test and pass)

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