Per this post, it is a known issue that not all of the Vista exams are adding up to the right credentials on your transcripts. First, we know that is really, really lame and I want to apologize, again, for the slow turn on updating this. Second, I've been told that a fix is in the works and your transcripts should, if all goes according to plan, be updated by Friday, including:

  • MCDST+621 = MCTS: Vista AND MCITP: Enterprise Support Technician
  • 620 = MCTS: Vista
  • 620+622 = MCITP: Enterprise Support Technician
  • 620 = core client elective for MCSA 2003, MCSE 2003

I bet a lot of you can relate to this: I have to be honest with you, it's getting pretty irritating to be told "Yes it is a problem and we are working on it" (sounds like a cell phone commercial, right?) and then get left in an informational black hole regarding the upgraded cert.  Probably a bit extreme, but it sort of outlines how most of us who comment on your blog feel. All I'm saying is a little more information on a fairly regular basis would be nice.  Well, that and actually having the certifications we've earned actually put on our transcripts. and I think that is reasonable feedback.  Thanks for your patience. I'll look forward to hearing from you on Friday.

<JUNE 22 UPDATE>For those of you who are still having issues (I'm glad it is rendering right for many of you now); I have been sending your scenarios to the database team to troubleshoot; they are looking in to it. No new news.

<July 11, 2007 UPDATE> I've been told that the issues with MCTS and MCITP: ENterprise Support not showing up on transcripts has been resolved (and got confirmation from a few of you). The code drop to have 620 count as credit for MCSA/MCSE on 2000 and 2003 is tomorrow (July 12) so by Friday this should be (SHOULD BE) updated for all of you, too.

<July 19, 2007 Update>: I heard from at least a few of you that your MCSA/MCSE 2003s are now processing correctly with 620 as a core client elective. I have also heard from a colleague here that it is not processing correctly for their MCSA or MCSE 2000... so maybe we're not totally out of the woods yet. ??