2000 Requirements and 2003's
>I look on MS's site and it says for 2K3 the NT 4.0 MCSE
>serves as an elective in itself. For 2K's it does nto
>this. It only says if you got your 4.0 by Feb 28th, 2001
>then you remain certified. I wish to get both 2K and 2K3
>but curious as to why 2K3 seems to acknowledge the 4.0
>more than 2K does. Thanks
I'm not sure that it does say that at all. I think it
makes very encouraging remarks as to why NT4 certified
MCSEs should upgrade.
*You were able to do some core NT4 exams with electives
and get MCSE with NT4. You could have done ONE exam to
upgrade your cert from MCSE to MCSE W2K. None of these
options is now avilable.
*You could do 4 W2K core exams (with 3 electives, which
may have been the same as those for NT4 cert) and you
would get MCSE on W2K.
* If you are already MCSE W2K certified, you do 2 exams
for MCSE on Windows 2003.
* If you remain MCSE certified with NT4, then you must
pretty much do all the exams that someone would do
starting out MCSE Windows 2003 certification. Some will
get credit for the client exam, if they did 70-210 or 70-
270. You will get credit for one elective since your NT4
cert proves the ability to support another version of
Windows Server technologies.
Since you can take 2 upgrade exams as MCSE W2K working
towards MCSE Windows Server 2003, then this is often the
better option since you will have earned an additional
certficiation (there is a distinction, MCSE W2K and MCSE
Windows Server 2003).
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