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« on: March 30, 2000, 04:19:00 AM »

Can anyone give me an order of the MCSE testing that they may suggest, and please give realistic justifications.



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« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2000, 05:31:00 AM »

I started with Networking Eessentials, then Workstation, Server and Server in Enterprise.
There is some overlap in these tests and it seemed to work out well in that order. Networking Essentials gives you a lot of basics. For me Workstation was the easiest and Server in Enterprise was the hardest. Next you need electives that are not going to expire soon.
I have settled on Proxy 2.0 and Exchange 5.5.
I looked at SQL 7.0 and decided I wasn't interested in databases. I plan to take Cisco CCNA to get TCP/IP.
Hope this will be of some help.


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« Reply #2 on: April 06, 2000, 03:15:00 AM »

 I agree that going for tcp/ip and IIs as I did is not the best choice right now because
if you take ones that aren`t going to retire soon you will have less tests to take later
and less money to spend.
 I took NT4 WS first the Net essentials
third was NTserver then enterprise.
 NT 4 was first just to get the MCP and a foundation in NT overall.
 Net essentials second because Networking skills are essential to properly comprehending the Server exams.
 Enterprise was very difficult so I took it after server.
 then TCP/IP and IIS in that order because I was more eager to learn TCP/IP, although it helped greatly I found out when I took IIS.
 I hope this helps.

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