Joined 2 years ago from Fredericksburg, VA
Brett Aaron Ulrich is a senior consultant with extensive experience that spans the major Microsoft and Novell directory services, applications, and messaging platforms. He has worked on a large number of projects including administration, architecture, and migrations.
Brett Aaron Ulrich has specific experience with directory service migrations including Microsoft’s Active Directory, Novell’s eDirectory, and Domino, as well as message platform migrations including Exchange, GroupWise, Notes, plus many POP3 peripheral applications.
Brett Aaron Ulrich has worked on more than 53 migrations of Directory services and message platforms. In addition to migrations, Brett has over 16 years experience with configuration management suites (Microsoft SMS, SCCM) and Active Directory architectural work
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