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« on: December 26, 2001, 11:41:52 PM »

... Quoted from the this examnotes forum main page for MCSE 2000 track..

"If the elective examinations you took for the NT4 track are among those that are RETIRING (which they ALL, 12/30/00) you will be required to REPLACE (or UPGRADE) them with TWO (2) new electives that are either not retiring or from the Windows 2000 MCSE track before 12/30/01, etc...."


Now, all the old exams had been retired long ago, how the heck we can redo (UPGRADE) all retired electives (e.g, TCP/IP, IIS4, Proxy 2,,,) AFTER exam 240 but BEFORE 12/30/01???

I notice that every guy in here keep asking what exam to take next (e.g, 219, 221, 222,,,) but not mention anything about how many more electives exams you MUST take AFTER 240??  Well, what about those RETIRED exams that this forum saying about? Don't we have to worry about it too? Just simply pass 240 and only one more elective from 219, 220, 221, etc.. CERTAINLY do not get us anywhere, am I right or am I wrong?? Please comments on this...

Can some kind souls here explain for me this so confusing track work so I know what to take next, thanks a lot..

G' Nite, and waiting for your answer guys...
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« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2001, 10:12:08 AM »

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... Quoted from the this examnotes forum main page for MCSE 2000 track..

"If the elective examinations you took for the NT4 track are among those that are RETIRING (which they ALL, 12/30/00) you will be required to REPLACE (or UPGRADE) them with TWO (2) new electives that are either not retiring or from the Windows 2000 MCSE track before 12/30/01, etc...."


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Now, all the old exams had been retired long ago, how the heck we can redo (UPGRADE) all retired electives (e.g, TCP/IP, IIS4, Proxy 2,,,) AFTER exam 240 but BEFORE 12/30/01???


You don't have to upgrade or replace your electives before 31/12/2001.

You can upgrade your electives (e.g. Exchange 5.0, Proxy 2.0) to the latest electives (Exchange 2000, ISA Server) or replace your electives with the latest electives.

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I notice that every guy in here keep asking what exam to take next (e.g, 219, 221, 222,,,) but not mention anything about how many more electives exams you MUST take AFTER 240??  Well, what about those RETIRED exams that this forum saying about? Don't we have to worry about it too? Just simply pass 240 and only one more elective from 219, 220, 221, etc.. CERTAINLY do not get us anywhere, am I right or am I wrong?? Please comments on this...


Right now, after you've passed 70-240, you only have to take one design exam (70-219, 220, 221 or 226) to become MCSE 2000.

http://www.microsoft.com/traincert/mcp/mcse/requirements.asp
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« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2002, 07:32:57 AM »

Why don't you try visiting the MS web site now. They will provide you with the latest information.

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