Let's say there is a problem with the network. Do you "troubleshoot the network"? Or do you "troubleshoot the network problem"? Both seem acceptable, according to Merriam-Webster (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/troubleshoot), which gives the following examples: <troubleshoots TV receivers> <troubleshoot a problem> However, if "toubleshooting the network" is sufficient, "troubleshooting the network problem" would sound a bit redundant, right? What's your opinion on this, if I am not making a fuss about nothing?