Windows Server 2008 – Certified IT Professional Beta Exam Codes

You are invited to take the following beta exams. 71-646: PRO: Windows® Server 2008, Server Administrator counts as credit towards Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Server Administrator 71-647: PRO: Windows® Server 2008, Enterprise Administrator counts as credit towards MCITP: Enterprise Administrator If you pass the beta exam, the exam credit will be added to your…

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Certification Bonanza!

The following information is courtesy of Trika…  Make sure to visit her blog to learn how you can get your Windows Server 2008 certifications for free (I’ve signed myself up!)  Upcoming Meetings (details and registration links below) § December 5: Windows Server 2008 Certification § December 12: SQL Server 2008 Certification § January 23: Visual…

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Upcoming Certification LiveMeetings

Courtesy of Trika on the Certification team: With the myriad of new Microsoft products that were recently released and the follow-on certifications that come with these changes, I wanted to make sure that you were aware of the corresponding certification changes and additions that are being planned.  Below are a series of certification meetings that…

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What’s the best way to become certified?

There are a million different resources out there, from MSLearning to Exam Cram books, to MSPress books, to sites that provide exam questions word-for-word (making the value of the certification worthless to those that cheated to pass).  The Microsoft Learning site is probably a good place to start for official guidance on resources. That having been…

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Free E-learning for Windows Server "Longhorn"

The price is right!  Take some training on Longhorn while you are downloading from the link in my last post. Collection 5934: Introducing Microsoft Windows Server Code Name “Longhorn” (Beta 3) In this online collection composed of four clinics, you are introduced to the new features and functionality in Windows Server “Longhorn”. This includes server…

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Get Certified on Windows 2000 while you still can!

If you are just getting started on some Microsoft Certifications, you will definitely want to take a look at the new generation of technology specific certifications, or at the Windows 2003 MCSA/MCSE track. If you have started the Windows 2000 track (and just haven’t gotten around to finishing up your certification), or if you have been…

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