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    Default Passed Number 7 on Wednesday...

    upon passing 70-221 Wednesday, that is test number 7 which means MCSE 2 k finally
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    Default guess I should have logged in before bragging

    just so ecited over finally getting the last test taken for the MCSE
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    Congratulations!

    Nice feeling huh? I hope to pass # 7 soon. First I need to decide what it will be
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    congratulations on getting mcse.

    best of luck pavlov.
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    pavlov which have you taken?

    and what do you plan on going to after obtaining the MCSE?

    Those 2 questions can go along way to determining which to do as number 7
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    I've taken:
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    I'm leaning towards Exchange or SQL and will undoubtedly end up doing them both. Maybe I'll do SQL first since I have quite a bit of production environment experience with SQL 7 and upgrading it to 2000. I've avoiding working on an Exchange 2000 server and may wait on that test until I have access to a live server to actually see it tie in to the AD.

    Where do I plan on going after my MCSE? Perhaps on to the CCNA exam - but not in any hurry. I need some down time after the MCSE.
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    if you did well on 219 and 216, you may want to consider doing 221 like i just did to get your McSE and then tackle echange and sql after a well earned break.


    I plan on tackling echange but after a break. Next on my list is 270 simply because I'm training XP Pro to a bunch of employees over the next 2 weeks.

    The majority of them will be writing 270 so in order to keep their faith in their boss I'll sit the test as well. After that I'm going to revisit design and try to knock out 220... bythat time 214 will be available so I'll do it.

    Then CCNA and CCDA and then I may be brave enough to tackle exchange
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    Congrats
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    congratulations on your accomplishment. going to take a break now. Or are you going to jump onto a different track?
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    Working on 270 right now, then 220,223, if I get brave 224 and then Cisco
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