New Virtual Lab based Exam – 70-113: Windows Server 2008 AD, Configuring

I just received an email that gave some kewl information about a new type of Certification testing.  To sweeten the pot for those who like to be the first to try new things, they are offering 3 FREE exam vouchers for the first 3000 people who take this exam.

I have copied the text from my email below since it has all the necessary details.  Go forth and take a test!!!


Harold Wong


Registration open till October 25th for testing New Virtual Lab based Exam 70-113: TS: Windows® Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring


Responding to a ton of positive and productive feedback and many customer requests, Microsoft extends the registration for exam 70-113 till October 25th. Call to your near test centers before October 25th to learn and experience it now to prepare for your experience during scored testing. The new pilot exam 70-113: TS: Windows® Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring tests candidate’s abilities to actually perform tasks and solve problems in virtual lab environment like they would do it normally in a real world. We are pleased to offer you the opportunity to experience this pilot exam at no charge and obviously we are eager to receive your opinion.

Now virtual lab based pilot Exam 70-113 is not only available worldwide, with high concentration of test centers ready to receive registrations for this pilot exam in Ireland, Singapore, Canada, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, UK, Egypt, UAE, South Africa, US, India, Eastern Europe, Russia (Moscow), China.

Upon completion of this pilot exam, the first 3000 candidates will receive 3 (!) free exam vouchers that can be used to register for any Microsoft Certification exam delivered at a Prometric testing center.  The voucher will be distributed electronically 4 weeks after end of Pilot.  This pilot exam will not provide you with a score as with normal beta exams. This pilot is a test of the exam experience, so only a portion of the final exam will be presented to you during this pilot. This pilot exam will not be added to your transcript and you will need to take the exam in its released form in order to be awarded the credential. Find exam preparation information:

Registration Information

You must register at least 7 days prior to taking the exam. Register before October 25th to take the exam before October 31st.
Please use the following promotional code when registering for the exam: H640 (promo code is active till October 31st)
Receiving this invitation does not guarantee you a seat in the pilot; we recommend that you register immediately.

· Go to the Prometric Website:

· Find Microsoft exam 70-113: TS: Windows® Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring

· Use Promo Code H640 (promo code is active till October 31st)

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Comments (6)

  1. Harold Wong says:

    So when I did a search for California, I found a site in San Francisco and in Fresno.  I’m assuming you got at least that far.  Is it at the point that you try to schedule an appointment with the testing center that you get the message that no dates are available?

    Harold Wong

  2. dwilson333 says:

    For some reason I can’t select San Francisco. It says there are no dates available. Am I too late?

  3. Richard says:


    do I need to pass that beta 70-113 exam, to win those free vouchers, or is it enough to register and try the exam?

    Those 3000 people are counted on "first come first served" based on the registration date for the beta exam, or based on actual date of the exam, or based on the date of passing the exam?

    Sorry, but I am really curious 🙂

  4. Jose Medeiros says:

    Good Morning Harold,

    We met at the NTEA meeting and TVNUG meeting some time ago. I am also taking the 70-113 test, and San Francisco also had no dates available, but Sacramento had a available slots, it’s just a 2-3 hour drive from San Jose in morning traffic.

    I was wondering if you know of a good pre test I can use to practice on?

    Jose Medeiros 🙂

    Former VP / Webmaster / Postmaster


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