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    Default MCSE Retire?

    I haven't found any solid evidence online, so I am curious when does this exam retire?
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    It hasn't been scheduled for retirement, hence you can't find any info out about it going away.
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    You are good at least through June 2012. Here's a link to the discontinued exams.

    Microsoft Certification Exam Development l New Certification Exams l Discontinued IT Exams
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    If anyone is following this, the server exams (290, 291, 293, 294, 29 as well as the upgrade exams from MCSA/MCSE to Server 2008 will be retiring July 31 2013. Looks like the 270 will remain available though, probably because of the prevalence of XP in the workplace.
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    Does that include the 70-298?
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    70-298 is also being retired on 7/31/2013.

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    That worries me because I just ordered the book the other day and I deleted the shipping invoice from my inbox. I guess I'll still take it because I think it will be helpful for me to have that cert, but I hope I have enough time to study and absorb everything to the point where I can pass.
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