Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Kansas Tech Consultants Blog

Kansas Tech Consultants Blog
Just a question for you all. Are any of the rest of you having problems getting flash player to install on some computers? Since the advent of Homework help. I have begun to notice a few computers that will not install the flash player. I run the install, as administrator, and it seems to work, I log in as a limited user and it says flash player not installed. I changed the account to administrator, installed flash under that account, and then cjanged the account back to limited. It says flash is not installed. What is even carzier, is that on an identical machine right next to it, it worked to just install under the administrator, then log on to the limited account. Boom, worked first time! Does anyone else out there have any ideas about this?

Steve Thomas
CKLS

3 Comments:

At 8:24 AM, Blogger twiggle said...

do you perhaps need some windows updates?

the other option is to turn your limited account into an admin account, install the flash player, then remove admin access again.

 
At 4:31 PM, Blogger Orcish said...

I had done the updates, it seems the problem was just the installation taking a long time, and at times looking like it had finished. I got called away from one computer for about twenty minutes, and after the install dialog had disappeared, and I had told it to go ahead and install the active x control, all the boxes on the screen cleared. When I came back, there was ANOTHER request to install the active x control, and after I oked that it got around to installing. When the boxes cleared and the download had finished, it looked like it was done.

 
At 1:16 PM, Anonymous Ryan Mac Donald said...

Sr Software Support Opportunity


Looking for a person to Providing advanced internal/external technical support for proprietary software systems

Support activities include encoding, debugging and testing of proprietary software systems by writing and editing software programs after conducting a technical analysis and review of system performance

Proper documentation of software changes, network diagrams and call notes

Provide technical support for communication hardware (routers, switches, firewalls, print capture devices, print servers, modems, etc.) including serial and TCP/IP Network configurations

Complete remote software configurations and upgrade support for new system installations

Complete software configuration and upgrade support for installed system


What areas are they specifically responsible for:

The available positions are salaried with a defined work schedule

Most of the work is generated by calls from the internal Help Desk, which supports the customer base

This position requires that you are logged into an ACD call queue for the majority of the day, but the work is advanced software troubleshooting, which includes modifying existing software, researching Stored Procedures and scripting new interfaces

KEY – What is the critical skill or skill-set this candidate must have to be hired for this position:

Bachelor's degree in computer science or equivalent experience

Strong analytical skills including a high level of attention to detail

Excellent customer service skills with a "can do" attitude

Proficient in Windows NT/XP/2003, pcAnywhere, drive imaging, Microsoft SQL Server 7.0/2000/MSDE, general PC and network troubleshooting

Experience writing and editing SQL queries

Experience with XML, HTML or other programming/scripting languages

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Ability to prioritize multiple tasks and functions

Contact Information:

Sincerely,
Ryan Mac Donald
Senior Technical Consultant / Recruiter
Power IT Corp
6901 Shawnee Mission Parkway
Overland Park, KS 66202
www.poweritcorp.com
rmacdonald@poweritcorp.com
913-384-5800 #114
913-522-0179-C

 

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