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    For which version of windows server 2016 (1607,1703,1709) is exam? Because there ara a lot of major changes in versions, such as dedup for ReFS ant others. Thnks.
    because there are a lot of major changes in the versionsbecause there are a lot of major changes in the versionsbecause there are a lot of major changes in the versionsbecause there are a lot of major changes in the versions
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    sorry for my ctrl + c, I meant "Because there ara a lot of major changes in versions, such as dedup for ReFS and others. Thnks."
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    Use the exam blueprint on the official Microsoft page to see what is included.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phalanx View Post
    Use the exam blueprint on the official Microsoft page to see what is included.
    This?
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/lear...am-70-740.aspx
    nothing about version of windows.
    "Implement data deduplication
    • Implement and configure deduplication; determine appropriate usage scenarios for deduplication; monitor deduplication; implement a backup and restore solution with deduplication"
    In official practicle test I received a question about dedup and ReFS. What correct answer, because this function unavailable in 1703, but available in 1709?
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    AS Phalanx said, follow the blueprint. If it's on the blueprint, then you need to know it. The exam isn't focused on a specific version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phalanx View Post
    Use the exam blueprint on the official Microsoft page to see what is included.

    Quote Originally Posted by srocky26 View Post
    AS Phalanx said, follow the blueprint. If it's on the blueprint, then you need to know it. The exam isn't focused on a specific version.
    Follow this advice. I used the current evaluation OS versions available from the Microsoft website to build my labs.
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    Well, how should I now answer the question of using deduplication on ReFS volumes? It's possible or not?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xeonkeeper View Post
    Well, how should I now answer the question of using deduplication on ReFS volumes? It's possible or not?
    Ok, which exam number are you referring to, 70-740?
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    Quote Originally Posted by malachi1612 View Post
    Ok, which exam number are you referring to, 70-740?
    Yes, 70-740
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xeonkeeper View Post
    Yes, 70-740
    Ok, small tip and this is what I learnt from doing my Windows 10 exams as well as my Server 2016. Always use the evaluation iso from the MS website, not retail, MSDN or beta iso. From my experience the exam objects match with the evaluation versions. So don't worry about which version you need to use.

    Also pay attention to the blue print and look for changes. I noticed since I passed my 70-740 they changed some of the exam objectives. Take a look, deduplication is still on there so you need to study it. Doesn't matter if its on ReFS volumes or NTFS. Microsoft will expect you to know from both sides.
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    passed today 940\1000

    I'm using latest Long-Term Servicing Channel 1607 windows server. As I understand the Semi-Annual Channel (1709 and 1803) are not considered in the exam.
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