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    Default Mcse study books

    Looking to get started for my MCSE and would like to know whats the new or a good book to start with. A friend gave me one of his book but I think it's an older version of the MCSE networking essentials exams. Please, help out with any advice or tips u all have. Also where can I find a sample exams questions to practice with.

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    Default MCSE Books

    I guess it depends on are you wanting a book to study for the test or a book that will help you learn alot about 2003 and then find books that will help directly for the tests? If you are looking for a good book that is not directly related to the tests but will teach you alot of good stuff about servers and the ins and out of 2003 then i would suggest Mastering Windows Server 2003 by Mark Minasi. I love his work and you will learn alot that will help round out your server learning.

    Amazon.com: Mastering Windows Server 2003 (0025211441305): Mark Minasi, Christa Anderson, Michele Beverridge, Callahan, Lisa Justice: Books

    I agree if you want material for the studying for the tests themselves I also suggest Technet. That and Transcender questions will help you prepare for the exams.
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    I'm using MS Self Paced Training Kit (I buy the books on Amazon used, most of the time they are brand new), CBT Nuggets and tips from this site.
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    Only going for MCSA. Currently training for 70-290. Currently using the following:
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    2. Sybex study guide: Windows Server 2003 Environment Management & maintenance.
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