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    There was one year-- i think it was '07-- that i had all kinds of lofty cert goals, including picking up some Apple and SQL certs.

    This year, with kids and college, I'll have to keep things a bit more basic. Currently, it's CCENT then ITIL Foundations then CCNA. I'd like to bump up my MCSA from 2000 to 2003 en route to 2008 MCITP and re-up my CNE, but it will depend on how school and the first three certs go.
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    I'd like to bump up my MCSA from 2000 to 2003 en route to 2008 MCITP


    I don't think that's possible anymore... I think they retired the 2000 upgrade exam. MCSA on Windows Server 2003 Certification Requirements
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    #128
    Quote Originally Posted by sagewalkinthere View Post

    I don't think that's possible anymore... I think they retired the 2000 upgrade exam. MCSA on Windows Server 2003 Certification Requirements
    Correct. Although, you can use your 2000 MCSE as your elective.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamik View Post
    Correct. Although, you can use your 2000 MCSE as your elective.
    I just heard back from MCP help about this. It covers the elective, as well as the client. It would cover design even, but for me it doesn't since I took NT 4 which didn't have a design exam, then upgraded to 2000, so I never strictly had a design exam. If you went straight in to 2000, I think it would cover the design exam as well. So, "only" 4 exams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paperclip View Post
    I just heard back from MCP help about this. It covers the elective, as well as the client. It would cover design even, but for me it doesn't since I took NT 4 which didn't have a design exam, then upgraded to 2000, so I never strictly had a design exam. If you went straight in to 2000, I think it would cover the design exam as well. So, "only" 4 exams.
    IIRC, once I've finished my MCSA upgrade (2 exams) there are three exams required to upgrade from MCSA to MCITP. There would be then five total exams.
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