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I am looking for someone that can walk me through a couple of things on VMware.  If you want to email me and let me know if you can I help I can then provide my phone number.

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What problems are you having?....

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No real problems looking, I have taken some VMware classes but still not confortable with some things.  Example Creating templates, expanding a drive on a virtual box. Looking for someone to walk me through couple of things, willing to pay.
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Look at my profile and email me offline...

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absolutely, one thing how do I find your email?
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Its in my profile...click on my username...
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very helpful
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