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Administrator

1. Anyone authorized to act on behalf of a person, company, estate, trust, or any other entity.

2. See: State Administrator.

administrator

see INSOLVENCY.

administrator

see INSOLVENCY ACT 1986.

administrator

A person appointed by a court to manage and distribute the estate of someone who has died without a will. Sometimes, the term refers to a male occupying that position, with a female being called an administratrix.Contrast with executor (male or gender-neutral) and executrix (female),who are persons named by a will to manage and distribute one's estate.

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At the end of the day, however, it's a closed ecosystem that can leave system administrators without the appropriate tools to run heterogeneous systems.
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However this existing resource can now help system administrators overcome the challenges of managing thousands of unique servers across complex, high performance and disparate environments.
The 36 system administrators, engineers, and programmers (referred to hereafter as, simply, system administrators), with experience in technical support or programming using both operating systems.
System administrators are able to rely upon the relay of sound from the systems they are controlling remotely, thereby alerting them to errors flagged by audible alarms.

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