and I thought 291 was rough!

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  1. I've completed all but two exams for MCSE, 294 and a design exam. I have had
    zero hands on experience with forest/domain trusts and this is an entirely
    new realm for me.

    I was wondering if anyone has advice for me on how to prepare for this exam.
    I intend to setup a lab and create my own trusts, but more specifically, I
    was wondering if anyone can recommend particular areas I should focus on.

    Are there any "gotcha's" with trusts that I should be aware of? Things like
    the push pull concepts is what I am referring to.

    Thanks for any input.
     
    =?Utf-8?B?SmFzb24gRnJhaW9saQ==?=, Jul 26, 2007
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