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  • Blog Post: Windows Server Case Study: Mak

    If you are thinking to yourself, wow, these mini-case studies for Windows Server are really boring my head off, already , consider that: a. Someone else might find them helpful. For example, Mak. b. At least you are not in the juror's waiting room at the Kent Regional Justice Center , having your head...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server Case Study: Sam

    Sam asked: "I have been slacking off for taking my MCSE exams. now that there is a server 2008 coming out its making me wonder if I should wait and get the 2008 certification where I could save money and time rather than doing 2003 and then and upgrade. Currently I am NOT working on win2003 or exchange...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server Case Study: Kevin

    Kevin asked: "How long do I have to get my MCSE before it gets replaced with the new certification?" Short answer: Hi, Kevin. You have years, yet, to finish your MCSA or MCSE on Windows Server 2003. You have until March 2008 to finish your MCSA or MCSE on Windows Server 2000. In either case, the MCSA...
  • Blog Post: MCSE on NT4 as Elective

    You can still use your NT4 certification as an elective for MCSA or MCSE on Windows Server 2003 . We have gotten questions about this from some of you; please rest assured that nothing has changed and the rules about using NT4 are still as listed in alternative electives note and table, respectively...
  • Blog Post: Mini Case Study for Windows Server Certification: Jason

    OK, one last thing. I just got this question from Jason. " Hello, My name is Jason. I recently saw your presentation involving Windows Server 2008, and I would like your advice on the MCSA track. I plan on getting my MCSA certification; however, I'm not sure if I should focus on the 2003 version or wait...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2008 certification paths

    If you want to know what is coming for WS2008 certification, watch this Live Meeting recording: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/lmevents/view?id=msft061307lm_am&pw=ATT1065 . This is early info and can change - exams are built on the technology... and until WS2008 locks, our exam content is subject...
  • Blog Post: MCSA, MCSE, and Windows Server Longhorn certifications

    As promised, the link to today's morning presentation: here . Here is a summary: MCSA and MCSE are still the right certifications if you are working with WS2000 or WS2003. MCSA and MCSE will not retire. In one year, the WS2000 MCSA and MCSE exams will retire (that's the exams, not the credentials...
  • Blog Post: Q. What tastes better than humble pie?

    A. Indian food. In this morning's meeting on Server Certifications (link to come soon), I gave somebody a really wrong answer that thankfully was caught by an attendee, we'll call him "Rob," because I believe that is his name. The question was "If I have an MCSE 2000, can I take 70-292 to earn MCSA...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2000, 2003, Longhorn Certifications

    Last Chance to Register for an MCP Live Meeting: Windows Server Certification Microsoft Certification planners will provide an overview of Windows Server certifications and requirements—updates on the 2000 track, resources for your 2003 credential, and a high level overview of what to expect for Longhorn...
  • Blog Post: U R not Bng ignrd, pls K thx

    I'm talking to all y'all MCSA and MCSEs out there. A few customers brought this up in a recent meeting: Why are MCSEs being ignored?? Why is all the new certification stuff focused on just developers and DBAs? and I thought that seemed a reasonable question. The reason all new certification information...
  • Blog Post: Your Next Step in Windows Server Certifications: March 28 Live Meeting

    At the end of this month we will host a Live Meeting about Server certs; I know there are a lot of you with questions about what is coming for Longhorn and implications to what you are working on now. Let me know if you have specific questions; then I'll know what information to gather for the presentation...
  • Blog Post: Muddling over Server Certifications...MCSE 2000? MCSE 2003? Longhorn Server?

    At the Microsoft Learning booth yesterday at IT Forum (by the way, if you're in Barcelona and you're reading this, come by our booth in the Ask the Experts session... we somehow have a basket full of tiny cookies with MCP logos on them--really a 'don't miss'...) I got a lot of questions on what to do...
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