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    Hi All,

    I have passed the following Microsoft exams:

    70-270
    70-290
    70-291

    I am now thinking of doing the MCDST (70-271 & 70-272) so I can earn the MCSA 2003.

    Just to confirm, this will allow me to be an MCSA 2003 as it is an elective exam?

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    Or....

    I am thinking the 70-680, will this allow me to achieve the MCSA 2003?
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    I would do the 70-680 exam since it will work towards your MCITP:EA if you go for it. Plus you would only have to take one test as opposed to two.
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    Hey you have posted after a long time...

    netBooger is spot on.
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    So if I pass the 70-680, I will automatically become an MCSA 2003, considering the certs I already have to my name?

    Will I recieve an MCSA Certificate through the post after passing this exam?

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    Yes you will be an MCSA then.

    MS no longer automatically send out printed certificates when you attain a credential. You can print one off yourself or pay some money ($10 I think it is) for them to post it to you.
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    Actually you will have two; "MCSA 2003" and "MCTS Windows 7, configuration".
    It will cost $11 for one and 99 cents for each additional. So if you need your MCP also then $13 in one order.

    Oh and nice tagline
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