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Does Exchange 70-284 require 70-291?

 
 
RZetlin
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      04-19-2006
I am taking classes for my MCSE cerificate.

The scheduling of the classes have 70-284 start before 70-291. I have
already taken 70-270.

Does anybody know if the Exchange server 70-284 require 70-291?

Can I take Exchange server 70-284 without completing 70-291?

 
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Andy Ruth [MSFT]
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      04-20-2006
Yes you can. You can take the exams in any order.

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>I am taking classes for my MCSE cerificate.
>
> The scheduling of the classes have 70-284 start before 70-291. I have
> already taken 70-270.
>
> Does anybody know if the Exchange server 70-284 require 70-291?
>
> Can I take Exchange server 70-284 without completing 70-291?
>



 
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Viky
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      04-25-2006
No

"RZetlin" wrote:

> I am taking classes for my MCSE cerificate.
>
> The scheduling of the classes have 70-284 start before 70-291. I have
> already taken 70-270.
>
> Does anybody know if the Exchange server 70-284 require 70-291?
>
> Can I take Exchange server 70-284 without completing 70-291?
>

 
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Julia B
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      05-05-2006

I've been meaning to ask about that also. I'll take 70-290 soon and I was
considering taking the Exchange exam before 70-291 because we'll be moving
from Exchange 5.5 to 2003 soon and I'd like to learn it before I have to
support it.

I know that technically you can take it before 70-291 but if I've passed 270
and 290 will it be any harder for me to take 284 before 291 or would it not
make a difference?

Can anybody who's taken these answer that? Thanks!

"RZetlin" wrote:

> I am taking classes for my MCSE cerificate.
>
> The scheduling of the classes have 70-284 start before 70-291. I have
> already taken 70-270.
>
> Does anybody know if the Exchange server 70-284 require 70-291?
>
> Can I take Exchange server 70-284 without completing 70-291?
>

 
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Jeroen Wijnands
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      05-17-2006

RZetlin wrote:
> I am taking classes for my MCSE cerificate.
>
> The scheduling of the classes have 70-284 start before 70-291. I have
> already taken 70-270.
>
> Does anybody know if the Exchange server 70-284 require 70-291?
>
> Can I take Exchange server 70-284 without completing 70-291?


You can. However, you should know at least a bit about GPO, using
performance logs and counters and disk configuration, subjects that are
covered in 290 and 291 I believe.

Jeroen
http://wijnands.xs4all.nl

 
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