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Hi Experts

I'm preparing for interview(technical interview) for post NOC(Network operations center)/System Administrator on coming Saturday.

- Let me what all expected questions that they and can ask.
- Send me list of questions and answers which can be asked.
- Tell me on what topic i will have concentrate.
- Or suggest me some website/ tutorial where i can prepare.

Awaiting replies anxiously, thanks in advance
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I have 4 year experience in Desktop support engineer.
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Without knowing the specific technologies that you are going to support, this question is too vague.

Additionally, I don't like the idea of feeding you a list of questions and answers to get a job which you might not be qualified for.  If you are the right person for the job, a list of questions isn't necessary.

Assuming that you are qualified, I would just review the knowledge that you already have, re-read any weak areas, and try to garner any information from the job description on technologies that they want.
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