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    Unhappy Somehow I'm no longer a 2003 MCSA/MCSE....

    Edit: this was a database error that is now fixed


    Not sure what's happened? I checked with a friend of mine and he still has his 2003 certs.

    See for yourself:



    https://mcp.microsoft.com/authenticate/validatemcp.aspx

    Transcript ID: 967283
    passcode: jonbudzynski


    Anyone else have this?

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    It should be that way for all of us now. The 2003 and earlier MCSE have been redefined as Legacy certifications and moved to the Legacy area of your transcript.

    Edit - I just checked my transcript and I don't have a Legacy section. I thought I read that the older certs would be collected in a different section of the transcript so that the new MCSEs would not be confused with the old MCSE. Maybe I am not remembering correctly or maybe Microsoft changed their mind.

    I did look at your resume and see that you took the Windows 2000 workstation as your client or elective exam. I am pretty sure that since that exam retired before you completed the MCSE it doesn't actually count. I am not sure if any of your other exams count as an MCSE elective, since the Vista exam could be either a client or elective. Taking the 680 exam would probably get your MCSE and MCSA, but hurry before everything retires in July.
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    Thanks for your response Claymoore. I agree with your statement regarding the 2003 certifications; however I can absolutely confirm I was a Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator and Systems Engineer in Windows Server 2003 when I last checked my transcript in Jan. I also own printed certificates, have old copies of my transcript, wallet cards etc.

    Think it must just be a bug with my MCP account as I’ve also just noticed I don’t qualify for half of the Microsoft competencies I should have, which is very recent thing as I received competency alert emails yesterday.

    Looks like a call to my regional service centre.
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    I'm still showing as an MCSE/MCSA in 2003. But I'm going to miss my NT4 MCSE....that's what got this whole ball rolling. Ah well.

    Could just be an oversight/error.
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    My MCSE NT 4 is still showing up as well, but guess not for much longer?
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    Looks like they're doing some changes in prep for their newest developments.... I still have MCSA 2003 on there but the MCP is classified as legacy, not my MCSA just yet.
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    Most of my certs are still there, however the 271 has gone although the 272 is still showing for me. Something's afoot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Claymoore View Post
    but hurry before everything retires in July.
    That's July, 2014 according to MS. I'm missing the 646 exam to become MCITP:SA, gotta get that quick for it to be worth anything.

    "Legacy Microsoft Certifications will still appear on your transcript and will be designated as such."

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseWun View Post
    That's July, 2014 according to MS.
    No, the 2003 exams (290, 291, 293, 294, and 297) and the 2008 upgrade exams (648, 649) are scheduled to retire on July 31, 2013. Some of the other MCITP exams and certs will be around for another year, but the MCSA/MCSE and upgrade exams will be done in 5 months.
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    I contacted the UK regional service center and they have confirmed it’s a database error. Hopefully when they fix this I’ll also be reinstated with the missing MPN competencies.

    The regional service center was really helpful and friendly.
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    Default same thing happened to me

    When my newest MCTS posted my MCSA 2003 went away. it is not on my transcript and I can no longer download the MCSA logo. I called the service center and they said they would get it fixed. Still no luck after 3 days. I can now get the logo but no go on my transcript or printing/ordering certificates. I hope they get it straight.
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    Thanks for your message Daniel. I very recent passed a MCTS exam myself. Must have been a bug when the transcript updated.
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