Re: guidence needed
I will try to answer to your questions:
1) Since the upgrade exams for MCSA/MCSE on Windows 2000 retired on March
2008, if you want to earn the MCSE on Windows 2003 certification your only
option is to credit the seven exams for MCSE. But, if you plan to work with
Windows Server 2008 I suggest you to go the straight path and take the MCITP
exams, because you only have to take five exams instead of seven.
2) As far as I know, 70-284 and 70-285 count as elective for both MCSA and
MCSE on Windows 2003, but not for the new MCITP credentials.
I hope my answers help you.
"neilalastair" <email@example.com> escribió en el mensaje
>I am an MSCA on windows 2000.
> I have 70-218, 70-216, 70-210, 70-215 and 70-217.
> For one reason or another I got out of the habit of sitting exams and
> keeping my certs up to date. I even took a course in upgrading to MCSA
> 2003 but didnt get round to taking the exam in time. Ok so I know I am
> stupid for not keeping up to date but I did also start a family and the
> wife had a serious illness during all of that. Anyway I live in the UK
> and am comming out of work to go into contracting. Most adverts say they
> require MSCE 2003 minimum, along with exchange. (sadly I am a domino
> specialist. However I know I have to do something with my certification.
> The question is what? Should I sit the 7 exams for MCSE 2003 or skip it
> and go for the new 2008 certs. I know I need some formal Exchange
> certifications should I go for these on 2008.
> If I got 2003 Exchange 70-284 and 70-285 what cert would that give me (
> a kind of hybrid mcsa 2000/mcse 2003?
> I did try using the mircosoft website to plan my training but I find the
> site frustrating to use to say the least.
> Thanks for any suggestions.
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