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What, You Got a Problem?! Call for Questions....

MCP Magazine's writers and editors turn their attention to solving your problems -- technical and professional.

In the July issue, Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine's writers and editors will turn their attention to solving your problems -- technical and professional. (Of course, we can't do anything about that co-worker you don't like!) If you have a question about some aspect of Windows networking, security, infrastructure design, pushing your career ahead, or some other aspect of the work you do every day, give us the details. We'll pick the most intriguing of the lot and set our considerable experts to coming up with a solution for you.

Send all pertinent details, including your name, phone number, city, state and country, and the question, dilemma, or troubleshooting quandary you need an answer for to [email protected]. Put "Q&A" in the subject line.

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