MCITPing it with W2K8

Certify_First_120x90 If you are a certification junkie like me, you have been anxiously awaiting information on the last of the Windows 2008 Certification Exams that replace the venerable MCSE.  Information on the Technical Specialist exams has been available for a while, but as Trika notes, there is FINALLY INFORMATION posted on the MCITP:Server Administrator (Focuses on day-to-day operations and management) and MCITP: Enterprise Administrator (Validates your skills focused on Windows infrastructure design) Certifications.  Huzzah!


Hit up Trika's Blog for more info and links.

or, to save an extra click..

Transition your MCSA and MCSE on Windows Server 2003 skills to Windows Server 2008

Windows Server 2008 all-up certification page (not the official title...)

Review the preparation guide for Exam 70-646: Pro: Windows Server 2008, Server Administrator

Review the preparation guide for Exam 70-647: Pro: Windows Server 2008, Enterprise Administrator

You can also click on the pictures below to get a pretty map that you can hang on your wall showing the path to your MCITP

Curriculum Roadmap Curriculum Roadmap

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