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> If you have enough experience - there is no need for something
> special. I would try to find some training videos (like CBT Nuggets
> etc.) - 15-18 hours of watching and you are prepared.
> There so-called "exam dumps". If you are an expert - that is your
> choice. Just to prepare to pass the exam.
> A lot of this is available free of charge.
> "Ace Fekay [MVP-DS, MCT]" <aceman@newsgroup>
> сообщил/сообщила в новостях следующее:
>> "Brad Pears" <bradp@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> There are many avenues to learn testing criteria for any of the
>>> I know this isn't a specific question for this news group but since
>>> many of the folks replying here most likely have either this or
>>> similar certification, I hope you don;t mind me asking this question
>>> here. I am looking to get my MCSE 2003 certification even though MS
>>> has changed everything and the newest cert is the MCITP etc...
>>> There are still many good reasons to get the MCSE 2003 (that is what
>>> shop is) and I can
>>> always do the upgrade courses to server 2008 anyway... MCSE is still
>>> well respected certification regardless of the fact that MS has
>>> reorganized their certifications as as such has gotten rid of the
>>> My question is this... There are many schools/ training companies
>>> that offer the MCSE cert online (online learning is the only
>>> because of where I live) - some of which are most likely better than
>>> Has anyone here got their MCSE cert using online curriculum and if
>>> so who
>>> could you recommend? Even if you have not got the MCSE I would
>>> any recommendations. I was about ready to sign up with QuickCert but
>>> got spooked after reading some bad press... Apparently their
>>> material was
>>> good but it lacked enough material to enable one to successfully
>>> pass the
>>> actual exam(s).
>>> Any help would be most appreciated!
>> certs, whether you are going for an MCSE or MCITP. Instructor led
>> classes has been the main way to do it, but lately the online
>> instructer led courses are gaining momentum. I actually teach both,
>> in class instructions and online courses using Microsoft Official
>> Curriculum (MOC). I haven't worked with or am aware of QuickCert, but
>> what I can mention briefly is the online company I've been
>> occasionally teaching for is www.webucator.com. They are becoming
>> very popular with lots of good feedback, and they only use Microsoft
>> MOC courseware with remote connectivity into a server using
>> virtualized machines, which would be used just as if you were sitting
>> in a classroom, with a phone conference bridging.
>> Keep in mind, it is NOT my intention nor am I attempting to sell
>> anything to you or anyone else in the public forums. It's not my
>> style. I just thought to let you know of other possible existing
>> choices. If you want more info, email me privately offline.
>> Then there is the option as John posted, to acquire the testing
>> requirements on your own, such as the MS Press or Technet books. Do
>> keep in mind, that the many of the test questions are based out of a
>> mixture of various resources, such as the Technet and MS Press books.
>> Also as an FYI, and without violating any NDAs, what I can generally
>> tell you is the MS Press books are written based on the MOC courses
>> after they've been released, not the other way around.
>> Below is some information regarding certification that I previously
>> put together for someone else that had a question about going for an
>> MCITP cert. Even though it focuses on MCITP, the links applies to
>> MCSE certs, too. Just look around for more information. The links
>> also indicate resources you can use to study and organize to help
>> plan your goals.
>> MCTS and MCITP Certifications
>> Here's something I put together for a previous poster who was
>> interested in Windows 2008 AD, You can customize it to your benefit.
>> I hope you find it helpful.
>> You've chosen an excellent goal to get certified. You have a long
>> road ahead of you, however you are doing the right thing by taking
>> the first step in your journey. I would suggest to check out
>> Microsoft's Learning site for starters.
>> There are many books out there, which are excellent guidelines for
>> the actual products for IT professionals, but are not necessarily
>> geared specifically towards certification.
>> You can try the Microsoft Press books. You can start here:
>> Microsoft Learning Catalog (Look for 'certification' type of books)
>> Let's take a different tactic...
>> I would suggest to first focus on a Certification that you want. You
>> can start here:
>> Microsoft Certifications by Technology
>> You can then click on one of the certifications to see what is
>> involved and what tests you need to take to achieve it. For example,
>> since you mentioned you are interested in Windows 2008 Active
>> Directory, you can either go for an MCTS in Windows Server 2008
>> Active Directory (Exam 70-640), or take it a step further and go for
>> an MCITP certificate focusing on either "Server Administrator" or
>> "Enterprise Administrator." The MCITP is the premium certification.
>> For demo purposes, I clicked on MCITP to illustrate what's involved
>> and what tests to take. Click below to see what's what exams are
>> required for an MCITP "Server Administrator" or "Enterprise
>> Administrator" certificate Windows Server Certification (MCITP, which
>> includes Active Directory on Windows 2008)
>> Then you can create a profile using the Microsoft Learning Manager to
>> keep track of what you need, goals, achievements, etc. Start here:
>> Microsoft Learning
>> Click on "Guide My Training."
>> Click on "Visit the Learning Manager."
>> Sign in using your Windows Live ID (the new Passport ID). If you
>> have one, you can create one.
>> In addition, you can also opt to attend courses at a Microsoft
>> Partner training center, or also known as an MCPLS (Microsoft
>> Partners for Learning Solutions), that offer MOC (Microsoft Official
>> Curriculum) courseware. This is usually the best way to do it because
>> have the training center and a qualified instructor, also known as an
>> (Microsoft Certified Trainer), as resources to help you
>> achieve your goals.
>> If interested in this option, you can find a center near your
>> location. I don't know where you are located, but you can find a
>> training center near you in the following link:
>> Locate a Microsoft Certified Partner Training Center and Classes Near
>> I hope that helps!
>> Good luck in your certificate path!
>> -- Ace
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>> Ace Fekay, MVP, MCT, MCITP EA, MCTS Windows 2008 & Exchange 2007,
>> MCSE &
>> MCSA 2003/2000, MCSA Messaging 2003
>> Microsoft Certified Trainer
>> Microsoft MVP - Directory Services
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