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    Default Question about the MCSA: Security cert

    What is the exam path to get the MCSA: Security cert?
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    A client exam
    Either of these:
    270, 620, or 680

    MCSA Core Exams
    290 and 291

    Security exam
    70-299

    Those and your Security+ will get you the MCSA Security.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertKaucher View Post
    A client exam
    Either of these:
    270, 620, or 680

    MCSA Core Exams
    290 and 291

    Security exam
    70-299

    Those and your Security+ will get you the MCSA Security.
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    Rob, don't you still need an elective above? Or does the 299 count as that.

    If you decide to go MCSE:S, you need the above plus the 293,294, and 298 (298 is 99% the same info as the 299). You also then need a second security certification (I'm using Security+)

    EDIT: Reading the MS page says this.
    Client (1 required) 270, 620, 680
    Core: (2 required) 290, 291
    Security: (2 required) 299, 350, 351,Security+, SSCP, CISSP, CISA, CISM)
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