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D
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      03-18-2008
Hi all,

I'm currently in the progress of obtaining my MCSE in 2003. I have a
question, i took 70-210 (MS2K Pro) as the client exam, since the exam is
being retired at the end of March and I will not have my MCSE completed by
then, do I have to retake the core client exam (70-270 or 70-620) to fulfill
the requirement or will my 70-210 still apply?

Thanks!
 
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Westworld
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      03-18-2008
Hello,

70-210 is still good enough for your 2003 track.


Client:
Since you have already passed Exam 70-210 or 70-270, the client requirement
for an MCSE on Windows Server 2003 certification has been met—you do not have
to take a client exam.

http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mc...3/default.mspx


Rgds

Westworld




"D" wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I'm currently in the progress of obtaining my MCSE in 2003. I have a
> question, i took 70-210 (MS2K Pro) as the client exam, since the exam is
> being retired at the end of March and I will not have my MCSE completed by
> then, do I have to retake the core client exam (70-270 or 70-620) to fulfill
> the requirement or will my 70-210 still apply?
>
> Thanks!

 
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Bruno
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      03-19-2008
Hello D, would Be better you to call for microsoft and to do that question.
Here each one can speak a thing and to leave you confused.
respectfully,

Bruno Garçone

"Olá D,
Seria melhor você ligar para microsoft e fazer essa pergunta. Aqui cada um
pode falar uma coisa e te deixar confuso."

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> Hi all,
>
> I'm currently in the progress of obtaining my MCSE in 2003. I have a
> question, i took 70-210 (MS2K Pro) as the client exam, since the exam is
> being retired at the end of March and I will not have my MCSE completed by
> then, do I have to retake the core client exam (70-270 or 70-620) to
> fulfill
> the requirement or will my 70-210 still apply?
>
> Thanks!


 
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Dustin Harper
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      03-19-2008
Nope. It still meets the requirement. Being retired just means that you
cannot take the exam anymore. But, it still counts as a client exam.

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> Hi all,
>
> I'm currently in the progress of obtaining my MCSE in 2003. I have a
> question, i took 70-210 (MS2K Pro) as the client exam, since the exam is
> being retired at the end of March and I will not have my MCSE completed by
> then, do I have to retake the core client exam (70-270 or 70-620) to
> fulfill
> the requirement or will my 70-210 still apply?
>
> Thanks!


 
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