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How does one go about finding a competent network consultant to call in for backup?
I have run into some issues that I can't figure out and need some help. We are a couple of hours from the nearest "city" that would have someone that could just stop by and lend a hand. Anyone I call in would be expensive and would probably have to be there during business hours (network down time). I need them to be someone that I can trust not to just try things until they find an answer.
Well, believe it or not, call around and whoever charges more is probably going to get the job done. I have found that people charge based on their competancy. Except for Geek Squad. They charge more because they like to ripoff consumers.