"m0rg4n" <m0rg4n@newsgroup> wrote in message
> Hello from Spain,
> i'm preparing for the 70-350 exam thinking that's my last one fot the
> I took 70-270 (windows xp) 70-290, 70-291 (core exams) and thought with
> another one (the 70-350) was enough. But a friend told me there's one more
> exam to take: 70-299. You have to take two exams on security (that's my
> specialization). Does anyone know if that's true? And if it's true, can
> post a link with related books ?
> the computer has been drinking
The following is the MCSA roadmap. Take a look at what you've already taken
and passed, and what else you'll need. http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en...mcsa.aspx#tab2
From what you said, you've taken the following required exams:
Then you picked a client operating system:
Now you need to pick one elective. There are over 20 of them, including if
you had already passed a CompTIA exam, which counts towards it. Click on the
link I provided to see the complete list. The two you mentioned, 70-350 and
70-299, are both electives (in the list) and either one can be chosen.
As for books, there are numerous books on the subject. You can search Google
(or Bing) for MCSA. I actually prefer the Microsoft courseware. But then
again, that's what I use all the time.
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