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Re: MCSE application

 
 
S. O'Brien
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      09-26-2003
apply for MCP or MCSA? is this a new proceedure? I have never had to apply
for any of my certs. They were sent automatically including my MCSE. Even
my MCSA+M was sent without any requests from MS. I've never heard of it...
new?

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"Mark" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:108de01c3836f$5316fd90$(E-Mail Removed)...
> I completed all the requirements for MCSE2000. Do I have
> to do anything to get my cert. in the mail, or does MS
> have some application process that I need to follow? I
> have looked, and have not found anything about how to
> apply for MCSE like you do for MCP or MCSA. Please send me
> the url or info. if they have a process.



 
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