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    @Bohack, do you feel that your videos, the books you suggest and labs will be sufficient to pass the 410 exam. The reason I ask is that I am looking for 1 deal comprehensive package so to speak. There is so much info out there from EliTheComputerGuy to all sorts and i find I am chasing my tail and not really accomplishing much.
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    Default 40-710 Exam Studying

    What is the best way to study for the 70-410 server 2012 exam?

    I have done all kinds of practice exams as well as the one from Microsoft and I was scoring how on them but when i took the test it was nothing to what I was studying at all

    Is there a better way to study or something that is good for studying for the test
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    Quote Originally Posted by alongtin View Post
    What is the best way to study for the 70-410 server 2012 exam?

    I have done all kinds of practice exams as well as the one from Microsoft and I was scoring how on them but when i took the test it was nothing to what I was studying at all

    Is there a better way to study or something that is good for studying for the test
    This is a good question. I know how you feel I'm on the same boat as you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alongtin View Post
    What is the best way to study for the 70-410 server 2012 exam?

    I have done all kinds of practice exams as well as the one from Microsoft and I was scoring how on them but when i took the test it was nothing to what I was studying at all

    Is there a better way to study or something that is good for studying for the test

    This is exactly what I'm trying to avoid. People have recommended Sybex (which is what I'm using) but per reviews on the net, many people find it to be lacking lots of details.. making the book really not that useful at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by illmortalized View Post
    This is exactly what I'm trying to avoid. People have recommended Sybex (which is what I'm using) but per reviews on the net, many people find it to be lacking lots of details.. making the book really not that useful at all.
    I'm currently reading this book, MCSA 70-410 Cert Guide R2: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012.

    So far I'm happy with the content. And I'm using this in conjunction with pluralsight.
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    Great set of links and info!!
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    Sybex is horrible in my opinion. I started with the book and did some of their flash cards. I was felling really good bout what I learned until I started doing an online training course MS provides my company. From the first video I realized there was TONS of information missing from the Sybex curriculum. Just my two cents.
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    I'm having a terrible time studying for this exam.. There seems to be sooo many resources out there which many have used.. I can't seem to get past the first 3 chapters.. My head is spinning lol.. I keep asking myself where the hell do I start and with what material first?!? do videos/labs before reading or reading before labs/videos ughh.. Anyone else having this problem..
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    I've struggled with that with nearly every test. Initially it seems like a lot to take in, and it is. Take your time, study what you can when you can and eventually it starts looking less crazy. Use your lab time to reinforce what you know and once you have covered everything on a surface level, try to alternate topics. If you like reading about Installing Windows but hate reading about Group Policy, alternate don't try to study one whole section all at once; you'll burn out.
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    Just wanted to say thanks for the link, gives me a structured guide to follow and get everything I need covered.
    Best part about it is they have 411 & 412 as well, so fully covered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gago77 View Post
    Sybex is horrible in my opinion. I started with the book and did some of their flash cards. I was felling really good bout what I learned until I started doing an online training course MS provides my company. From the first video I realized there was TONS of information missing from the Sybex curriculum. Just my two cents.
    1. Read chapter 1
    2. Watch Video on material found in Chapter 1
    3. Do Lab on chapter 1 material

    4. Read chapter 2
    5. Watch Video on material found in Chapter 2
    6. Do Lab on chapter 2 material

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    Thumbs up Great post

    Very useful indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bohack View Post
    Best advice is to create a VMware lab, so that you can gain hands on experience. Reading and understand the material from the book is only part of the recipe for passing the exam. The other piece is experimentation and a VM allows you to experiment and produce the labs consistently. Follow this tutorial to build a lab https://youtu.be/lG3vXlo2q7M.
    Thanks for the link. I might be able to borrow a high-powered PC from work to set this up. Goal is MCSA Server 2012 then pass 70-743 for MCSA Server 2016.
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    i am looking for such nice topic about 70-411 with resources. hope someone can help me !!!!!
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    I think you must add these books:-

    MCSA Windows Server 2012 R2 Installation and Configuration: Exam 70-410
    Exam Ref (70–410) – Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012

    One more thing I want to say that you can get the training from any well-reputed training.

    I can suggest you few training center such as Koenig Solutions, Microsoft, Simplilearn, Learningtree or you can find on google.
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    Best of luck t3ch_guru

    I think you should learn from 70-410 dumps pdf because it isvery useful for the students.

    I would love to share few more study materials:-

    Books:-
    Exam Ref 70-410: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 R2 Paperback – 2014

    McSa/MCSE Guide to Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012, Exam 70-410 (with Certblaster Printed Access Card) (English, Paperback, Greg Tomsho)

    Exam Ref 70-410: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 R2

    If you have money, you should get the training from any well respected training center.

    I have few names. You can pick anyone
    1. Udemy
    2. Koenig Solutions
    3. Mcpguide
    4. Networkbulls
    5. Netlabsits
    6. Slaconsultantsindia

    You can find online
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