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First used an Atari when I was 4 years old. At age 7 I learned to program in turtle Logo on a Commodore 64. When I was 11 I learned BASIC on the Apple II family. At 12 I carried that over to the IBM PC. At 18 I was trained to do Radio Repair in the Army, and at 20 I worked for AOL.

17 years later I have taught A+, Network+, held a JNCIA in routing, a JNCIS in Security, and currently hold Security+, CEH, CISSP, CCNA, CCNA Sec, and CCNP Sec certifications.

I'm also an avid amateur radio operator (WN7ANT). 73


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comment iCloud and OS X Server: Limits for Contacts, Calendars, Reminders?
I didn't see which server version you were using, or that you were using Yosemite, sorry. If you can not adjust the limits in the GUI, you may be able to do it by editing the plist.
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answered iCloud and OS X Server: Limits for Contacts, Calendars, Reminders?
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comment Can the 13ʺ MacBook Pro satisfactorily drive two Thunderbolt displays?
To get a more specific answer you need to quantify "satisfactorily" and "anything THAT graphically intensive." Specifically what games are you planning on playing? What resolutions do you need? Specifics give reliable answers.
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comment iTunes uses over 1.5GB of memory
I recommend that you try starting up without iTunes running. Then start a different program. I originally thought that the memory leak was in 10.7 itself. I saw it go away with 10.8. Most programs you leave open and running will mem leak in 10.7. At least that was my experience.
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