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Speed bumps-one side going over speed bump while the other doesn't?

Speed bumps-one side going over speed bump while the other doesn't?

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This is a major rollout and yes it needs to be project managed to assure that the job is done correctly. The basic's that you need to consider are: Infrastructure: You need to establish Router to Router VPN connections. The routers control the DHCP subnet. You need to Switch your subnet to 172.16.0.0 Let the routers control NAT Routers set up for firewall rules such as DNS/LDAP/Windows Broadcasting etc etc Router control Internet access via Group policy Recommened Sonicwalls as routing solution Domain deployment. Active Directory Master DC at central site and secondary controllers at each remote for local authentication, they can be file and backup as well. Notes:- you may want to Consider Terminal Server as an Alternative or Citrix Metaframe. I can be mailed, GTB is wrong their are the occasional higher level consultants available for comments. globalitservices.co.uk
I used to work as an engineer and did many plumbing jobs in the past. It sound to me from what you have explained that the job is not finished. When you say pan it could mean a shower tray as it is in other countries. If it is of the other kind it should be mortared slopping towards the drain then the shower pan liner should be placed evenly over the slope and to the requirement of the height on the wall and little mortared againevenly on the slight slope. Then it should be tested for leaks and then tiled. Just be careful of what you told the plumber to carry out. Sometimes the customer does'nt understand and might say i want a shower pan fitted, which might mean shower pan liner only. I am not saying you are wrong its just a thought. Saying that, the plumber might be trying to get his money quickly and not finish the job. It sound like a typical situation where the plumber is doing exacly what he is being told by words, Meaning fitting a Shower pan really means removing your bath tub, drainage, aranging any pipes or moving them to another place, motar, shower pan liner and slight motar again. The tiling which is after this list is whether you arranged with him or not. My advice to you would be to ask at a plumbers merchants and ask them what you wanted and what has been carried is correct or not. Also to communicate with the plumber and understand whether he has completed the work you hired him for? Hold your money until you are sure. hope this has been of any help, i dont mean to confuse you.

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