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    For servers, I'd create an initial server or two (not configured with the exception of time zone settings) and sysprep them. Create VMs off those images and you've got yourself a nice lab. Make sure you have at least 4 to 8 GB of RAM on your host. On Windows 10 you can install Hyper-V and use differencing disks for the child VMs which will save you some hard drive space.
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    Default Passed 70-680

    Thanks for all the advice guys. I have just passed 70-680, now preparing for 70-685.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darius.nbp View Post
    Thanks for all the advice guys. I have just passed 70-680, now preparing for 70-685.
    Congrats! Getting your first certification is very empowering and builds confidence no matter what! Once you get the other might I recommand CCENT to get basic network Cert down then maybe CCNA? I also would look at MTA: Server Administration Fundamentals, it may not be a noticeable cert but it says "Hey I have an idea of what a server is for" and may give you a little push into doing user creation/password resets at a job and then you can work your way to MCSA
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    Congrats...very useful information for starter
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