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Tim Stewart
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      04-11-2006
Hello, I just finished the 70-271 and 70-272 for my MCDST. Do I still need
the 70-270 along with the other two core exams of 70-290 and 70-291 for my
MCSA? Isnt the 70-270 basically the same as the MCDST?

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Garth H
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      04-11-2006
your mcdst counts as your elective, but you still need 270,290, & 291
for MCSA


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Tim Stewart
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      04-11-2006
Hey Thanks, I figured that but was hoping that maybe I was wrong! Thanks
again. I guess I will take it soon so maybe what I have for the MCDST will
help towards the 70-270 exam.

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> your mcdst counts as your elective, but you still need 270,290, & 291
> for MCSA
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      04-12-2006
Yup, they're all connected.

The suggested path that pops up here on a regular basis is..

70-270 (XP)
70-290 (2003 Manage & Maintain)
70-291 (2003 Networking)<-- this blind sides almost everyone.

MCSA 2003 is a good start. Add one more exam for Messaging
Specialization, or two more for security.

Good luck!


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