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New Client / Job Scenario

Current Situation

Our Client a local law firm is in need to reinginering their local network. The network is 110 years old. Currently they are running two main application on an old Windows 2003 Server called PCLaw and Title Express. In addition, on the same server they are running the shares containing all the company files for two separate companies the Law Firm Company and the Title Company.
On a second Windows 2003 Server they are running Terminal Server and QuickBooks 2014.

New Setup

We are looking for an engineer capable of setup a brand new server Windows 2012, setup DHCP, DNS, create shares, and migrate data and databases from the old Windows 2003Server to the new server. The individual must be very confident in migrating the databases for Quickbooks, PCLaw and Title Express software. He must be comfortable setting up the sonic firewall or eventually recommend and configure a new firewall in case the one in use result to be obsolete. 7 computers in the office must be connected to the new server and be able to retrieve and share documents. Each workstation must also be connected to 2 networked printers. In addition to one USB personal printer per user.

A system backup must be recommended and configured to guarantee data backup for our client.
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BenCommented:
I am not 100% sure what you are asking for.

Are you asking for someone to help you set the above up?

If so a location/country might be a useful thing to know
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ItaliabellaAuthor Commented:
No Ben Proofread my writing...thank you
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ItaliabellaAuthor Commented:
and also yes I am also looking for someone who can help me with this project...it's in Virginia Arlington
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mrwad99Commented:
Here's my rewrite for you:

New Client / Job Scenario

Current Situation:

Our Client, a local law firm, needs to re-engineer their local network as it 110 years old. Currently, they are running two main applications - “PCLaw” and “Title Express” - in addition to all the shares containing the company files for the Law Firm Company and the Title Company, all on an old Windows 2003 Server.
On a second Windows 2003 Server, they are running Terminal Server and QuickBooks 2014.

New Setup:

We are looking for an engineer capable of setting up a brand new Windows 2012 server.  This includes setting up DHCP, DNS, creating shares and migrating data/databases from the old Windows 2003 Server to the new server. The individual must be very confident in migrating databases for Quickbooks, PCLaw and Title Express software, and must be comfortable setting up the Sonic firewall (or eventually recommend and configure a new firewall in case the one in use is obsolete).  Seven computers in the office must be connected to the new server and be able to retrieve and share documents.  Furthermore, each workstation must also be connected to 2 networked printers in addition to one USB personal printer per user.

A system backup must be recommended and configured to guarantee data backup for our client.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Some thoughts for your consideration:
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Our Client is a local law firm in need of re-designing their local network. The network is 110 (??) years old. Currently they are running two main applications on an old Windows 2003 Server called PCLaw and Title Express. In addition, on the same server they are running the shares containing all the company files for two separate companies called the Law Firm Company and the Title Company.  On a second Windows 2003 Server, they are running Terminal Server and QuickBooks 2014.    [[need to upgrade this]]

 New Setup

 We are looking for an engineer capable of understanding and implementing the following:
* set up a new Windows 2012 Server
* set up DHCP, DNS, create shares, and migrate data and databases from the old Windows 2003 Server to the new server. Follow all the steps to migrate to the new server and demote the old servers.
* The individual must be very confident in migrating the databases for QuickBooks, PCLaw and Title Express.
* He or she must be comfortable setting up the sonic firewall or eventually recommend and configure a new firewall in case the current firewall becomes obsolete.
* Seven computers in the office must be connected to the new server and be able to retrieve and share documents. Each workstation must also be connected to 2 networked printers in addition to one USB personal printer per user.

 A system backup must be recommended and configured to guarantee data backup for our client.
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Leslie BloomCorporate & Product Marketing ManagerCommented:
Current Situation
Our client, a local law firm, needs to reconfigure their very old local network. Currently they are using an old Windows 2003 Server. This server is running two main applications, PCLaw and Title Express, in addition to shares containing company files for two separate companies, the Law Firm Company and the Title Company. Another Windows 2003 Server is running Terminal Server and QuickBooks 2014.

We are looking for an engineer to help with the following:
Setup a new Windows 2012 Server
Setup DHCP and DNS
Create shares, migrate data and databases from the old Windows 2003 Server

Our ideal candidate is:
Confident in migrating the databases for Quickbooks, PCLaw and Title Express software
Comfortable setting up the sonic firewall (or recommending and configuring a new firewall in case the one in use becomes obsolete)

Project requirements:
Connect 7 computers in the office to the new server, with the ability to retrieve and share documents
Each workstation must be connected to 2 networked printers
Each workstation must also be connected to one USB personal printer per user
A system backup must be recommended and configured to guarantee data backup for the client
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ItaliabellaAuthor Commented:
Thank you everyone.
John I misspelled the work 110. I meant to say that that network is 10 years old, which means very old and it needs to be upgraded.
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