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Cablegate: Ca/Cst Installation/Training Exit Telegram

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RR RUEHDA
DE RUEHDA #0037 2801033
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
R 061033Z OCT 08
FM AMCONSUL ADANA
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 4671
INFO RUEHAK/AMEMBASSY ANKARA 1214
RUEHDA/AMCONSUL ADANA 1276

UNCLAS ADANA 000037

SIPDIS

FOR: CONS IM ADM

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: KCSY CMGT AADP CVIS CPAS
SUBJECT: CA/CST INSTALLATION/TRAINING EXIT TELEGRAM

1. Visit summary:

A. Post visited: Adana
B. CA/CST installation and training team members:

Nicholas A. Lombardo
Alvin J. Brown

C. Post visit dates: 09/08/08 - 09/16/08
D. Post personnel contacted:
Robin D. Solomon; Justin Crevier; Sema Demirer

2. Work summary:

A. Provided post all necessary user training for modernized
consular systems applications per the refresher trip plan.
B. Provided post all necessary system administrator training
for all modernized consular system applications per the
refresher trip plan.
C. All workstations and servers at post meet the latest
configuration and security standards per CA/CST checklists.

3. CA/CST installation and training work/action pending:

A. None

4. Post work/action pending:

A. Team requested Robin Solomon to disable the following CST
accounts: LOMBARDON, BROWNA
B. Team requested Sema Demirer to disable the following
Windows administrator account on the EUR domain: BROWNA

5. Issues:

A. No outstanding issues


6. Post acceptance: Post thanks the Harris team for its
assistance, training, and hardware upgrade. The trip was
well-timed to bring new LES and FSO staff up to speed on
consular applications.

GREEN

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