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  1. Senior Member
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    Default CompTIA's on Security+ credential toward MCSA!

    I read in Microsoft site about CompTIA's if I take Security+ with 70-270,70-290,70-291, I will get my MCSA, as I understood, is it a smart way doing it or is better to take 284(Exchange server), I have seen Security+ seems has more and more demand, in the future, not only that I love the topics, please let me know your comments group.

    Hudda from UAE

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    #2
    Actually you would have to take Security+ and a Microsoft Security exam such as the 70-299. So you would have to take 5 exams for the MCSA with the specialization in Security.

    http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mc...server2003.asp
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    Yes the CompTIA Security+ counts as an elective for the MCSA/MCSE track, you can either take that or use the A+ & Network+ or A+ & Server+

    Then after that you would just need that one other security exam to tag on the specialization in Security.
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