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    All you 70-350ers out there how did you find the exam - Was it purely ISA based or did it discuss firewalls in general.

    Also do they ask questions about third party add-ons, scripts , ISA appliances ect - or is it just pure ISA 2004 with nothing else added.

    Just also wondering if they discuss things like deploying ISA client via group policy, WPAD entries, certificates, not running ISA on a DC.
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    1st off, take the ISA 2006 exam instead. Prep for it with ISA 2004 materials, and you'll do fine. With 70-351, you get MCTS certification, and it still counts as a security elective. In fact, you can take ISA 2004 and 2006 to cover both electives. I stumbled into MCSE 2000: Security and MCSA 2000/2003: Security certifications by doing that.

    Look at the exam outline, and you'll see there's nothing about third party add ons, scripts, ISA appliances.

    The other information would be fair game.
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    No need to doule-post.

    check answers in your other post.

    Good luck !

    http://www.techexams.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=29492
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeroPsycho
    1st off, take the ISA 2006 exam instead. Prep for it with ISA 2004 materials, and you'll do fine. With 70-351, you get MCTS certification, and it still counts as a security elective. In fact, you can take ISA 2004 and 2006 to cover both electives. I stumbled into MCSE 2000: Security and MCSA 2000/2003: Security certifications by doing that.

    Look at the exam outline, and you'll see there's nothing about third party add ons, scripts, ISA appliances.

    The other information would be fair game.
    I am already booked for 70-350. I was thinking with ISA 2006 I have not really used it at all (since 2004 does everything I need and is very stable with SP3) whilst I have had years of experience with 2004.

    However if you think I could pass 2006 with just studding 2004 then I wonder if Prometric can change an exam that is already booked and paid for? - it is the same price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewNP
    I wonder if Prometric can change an exam that is already booked and paid for? - it is the same price.
    You'll probably have to cancel and reschedule. As long as you do it more than a day before you're schedule, they'll refund your money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamik
    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewNP
    I wonder if Prometric can change an exam that is already booked and paid for? - it is the same price.
    You'll probably have to cancel and reschedule. As long as you do it more than a day before you're schedule, they'll refund your money.
    Nope

    They said they cannot do refunds - anyway I have passed 70-350.

    I guess there is nothing to stop me going and sitting 70-351 now except I don't really have the time. It is a 4hour exam and it was not much fun.

    Oh I got an 858 BTW and am now MCSE2003:Security - well kind of (I have my print out and all except it takes a week or so for prometric to send results to MS and then its a month or more to get the actual cert in the post).
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    No way that exam would take 4 hours, especially if you passed 70-350 without a problem.

    Dude, sit 70-351, you'll blow through it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewNP
    Quote Originally Posted by dynamik
    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewNP
    I wonder if Prometric can change an exam that is already booked and paid for? - it is the same price.
    You'll probably have to cancel and reschedule. As long as you do it more than a day before you're schedule, they'll refund your money.
    Nope

    They said they cannot do refunds - anyway I have passed 70-350.

    I guess there is nothing to stop me going and sitting 70-351 now except I don't really have the time. It is a 4hour exam and it was not much fun.

    Oh I got an 858 BTW and am now MCSE2003:Security - well kind of (I have my print out and all except it takes a week or so for prometric to send results to MS and then its a month or more to get the actual cert in the post).
    really? I have cancelled and resheduled before and got my refund. Except mine was I forgot to add my 2nd shot voucher. Im surprised they told you NO.

    anyway, congrats on the pass and the security specialization!
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