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    Hey guys, I completed the 70-270 and 70-290 just about 4 years ago, before taking a break and doing my CEH, CCNA and CCNA Security. Now I want to complete my MCSA, do I need to just do 70-291 and Security+ and will I have to start over from scratch. How long are Microsoft Certs valid for?
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    Valid for life, though the cert may become retired. If you passed those exams then the 291 & Sec+ is all you need for an MCSA 2003.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonNOA1 View Post
    Valid for life, though the cert may become retired. If you passed those exams then the 291 & Sec+ is all you need for an MCSA 2003.
    Thanks for the quick response. Now it's time to get back to work.
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    291 and A+ (because you already have net+) would do it for you too, but the Security+ is a more valuable cert and it sounds like you want it anyway.
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