|I actually am enjoying this thread. I hope that this will explain our behaviour to anybody else who doesn't get why we didn't help this poster.|
If you closely examine the original post....it's phrased exactly like a question out of a text book. To me it looks as though all the numbered parts were copied/pasted right out of the question with only minimal changes to the first sentence, the paragraph between the numbered portions, and the stuff after the numbers.
The format, and kind of information requested is "text book" and these exact types of questions are the norm in most text books. But, this isn't the "norm" in the real world.
I know of no existing businesses that have been in business for any amount of time that are going to completely redo their entire server farm and domain like this. It just doesn't happen.
Also, "IT CEO" is a tell as well. I know of no such title. Perhaps others have seen or heard of this but where I'm from it's "CIO" which is "Chief Information Officer"
I suspect the OP did a little checking here, or has asked his question elsewhere without disguising it as a request from an "IT Team" abd discovered that most of us "helper" types won't do lazy people's homework for them. So he posted here attempting to fool us into thinking this wasn't his homework.
One last thing. If I, as a professional, was so lousy at my job that I had to go online and ask someone for this kind of help, I'd be too embarassed to admit I was supposedly a professional to sign off as "IT Team" or anything related. I'd try and pretend I was a kid in school stuck on a homework question....................lol.
Only a student would pretend to be a professional like this because they don't get that if they were, it woudl mean they're a completely incompetent professional. In in this case, a "team" of incompetents...........LOL
It matters not how straight the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
I am the captain of my soul.