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Are you looking to become MSCE Certified?
We have room in our current Workshop series at a discounted price this week.
The scheduled classes will be held at the Hawaiian Monarch are as follows:
Course # 2272 5 days Mon 9/21/09 Fri 9/25/09 70-270 Course # 2273 5 days Mon 9/28/09 Fri 10/2/09 70-290 Course # 2276 2 days Mon 10/5/09 Tue 10/6/09 Course # 2277 5 days Wed 10/7/09 Tue 10/13/09 70-291 Course # 2278 5 days Wed 10/14/09 Tue 10/20/09 70-293 Course # 2279 5 days Wed 10/21/09 Tue 10/27/09 70-294 Course # 2830 3 days Wed 10/28/09 Fri 10/30/09 70-298.
Please call me at 808 694-9777.
Sally Wise

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Wow, seriously? I'm amazed that courses are still being offered for MCSE Certifications (which only go up to Windows Server 2003). Sure, MCSE is still "accepted", but it's more of a Grandfathering of an older Certification than something for new candidates.

Today's candidates really should be aiming straight for an MCITP against Windows Server 2008.

With the MCSE only going as far as Windows Server 2003, candidates would probably want (need?) to upgrade that MCSE to an MCITP by taking additional MCITP-specific courses.

Both the MCITP Server Administrator (easier), or MCITP Enterprise Administrator (harder) would be worth pursuing, whether it's a straight-shot, or an upgrade-path for an MCSE.

Laurence A. Lee
MCPD Enterprise Application Developer
You are correct, however the Military and Government is still requiring current and future employees to be certified in Windows Server 2003.

The Upgrade path Windows Server 2008 MCITP.

Thank you for responding.

Hello Brian thanks for the information. The other students are military and they are required to pass the MSCE. I have my Security +, A+ and Network+ plus other certification.

Thanks Sally

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