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Microsoft Windows Network Certifications
Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist MCTS certifications validates skills of individuals working with Windows Server 2008, The
three MCTS certifications on Windows Server 2008 are: MCTS:
Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration; MCTS: Windows Server
2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration; MCTS: Windows Server 2008
Applications Infrastructure Configuration .
Microsoft Certified IT Professional MCITP for Windows Server 2008: Server Administrator
To achieve this certification you must first be certified as a MCTS: Active Directory Configuration and MCTS: Networking Configuration and then pass the following exam:
70-646 Pro: Windows Server 2008, Server Administrator
Microsoft Certified IT Professional MCITP for Windows Server 2008: Enterprise Administrator
To achieve this certification you must first be certified as a MCTS: Active Directory Configuration , MCTS: Networking Configuration , MCTS: Applications Configuration, plus EITHER MCTS: Windows Vista Configuration
OR MCTS: Business Desktop Deployment and then pass the exam.
70-647: PRO: Windows Server 2008, Enterprise Administrator
Microsoft's Windows 2000 MCSE (Microsoft Certified
Systems Engineer) certification is one of the most popular and globally
According to Microsoft it is "for professionals who
analyze the business requirements and design and implement the
infrastructure for business solutions based on the Microsoft Windows®
2000 platform and Microsoft Windows Server System™."
Microsoft says: "candidates should also have at least
one year of experience implementing and administering a network
operating system, implementing and administering a client operating
system, and designing a network infrastructure."
Once a candidate passes the first Microsoft exam towards
the MCSE program, s/he achieves
a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) certification.
To achieve the MCSE, a candidate must pass a total of seven exams. There are four core exams (choose either 70-210 or 70-270) and two elective exams.
Microsoft's Windows Server 2003 MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) certification is "for professionals who analyze the business requirements and design and implement the infrastructure for business solutions based on the Microsoft Windows® 2000 platform and Microsoft Windows Server System™."
To achieve the MCSE, a candidate must pass a total of seven exams. A two exams upgrade path exists those who already have the Windows 2000 MCSE.
Microsoft's Windows 2000 MCSA
Once a candidate passes the first Microsoft exam towards the MCSA program, s/he achieves a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) certification.
To achieve the Windows 2000 MCSA, a candidate must pass a total of four exams. There are three core exams and one elective exam.
Microsoft's Windows 2003 MCSA (Microsoft Certified
Systems Administrator) certification is for "professionals who
implement, manage, and troubleshoot existing network and system
environments based on the Microsoft Windows 2000 and Microsoft Windows
Server 2003 Operating Systems. These individuals typically do not deploy
new networks and systems as part of their job function, as is expected
of individuals holding the MCSE credential. Unlike MCSEs, MCSAs are not
expected to have design skills."
To achieve the Windows 2003 MCSA, a candidate must pass a total of four exams. There are three core exams and one elective exam.
A one exam upgrade path exists for those who have the Windows 2000 MCSA: 70-292 - Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment for an MCSA Certified on Windows 2000.
The Microsoft Certified Architect Program identifies top industry experts in IT Architecture. These professionals have 10 or more years of experience, possess strong technical and leadership skills and form an elite community. Unlike other IT certifications, this credential was built and is granted by industry architects, as candidates must pass a rigorous review board with previously certified architects.
This certification is targeted to practicing solutions architects and infrastructure architects who have successfully applied frameworks and methodologies to create an architecture that serves the entire IT lifecycle. These architects can employ multiple technologies to solve business problems and provide business metrics and measurements to describe the success or failure of the projects they drive.
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MCSE / MCSA Specializations
MCSE: Messaging on Windows 2000 http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mcp/mcse/messaging/windows2000.asp
MCSE: Security on Windows 2000
MCSE: Messaging on Windows Server 2003
MCSE: Security on Windows Server 2003
MCSA: Messaging on Windows Server 2003
MCSA: Security on Windows Server 2003
MCSA: Messaging on Windows 2000
MCSA: Security on Windows 2000
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