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    I'm planning on taking the 70-647 test in the next week or so.
    My question is, how hard is the test compared to the other server 2008 tests? So far it seems like there's really nothing new in this exam, it's just putting everything together on how to plan and design stuff.
    It kind of seems like this might be the easiest test of them all.
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    That's a relative question IMO.

    If you are taking the test soon, I'm assuming you have studied the exam areas throughly. In my experience, with the companion CD's that come with say MS Press or Sybex books plus reading the material and going through each exercise helps give you a better idea as to what to expect for the test. If you did good on all your practice exams, you should be just fine.
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    You're really zooming through these tests. Good luck on the exam.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -Foxer- View Post
    I'm planning on taking the 70-647 test in the next week or so.
    My question is, how hard is the test compared to the other server 2008 tests? So far it seems like there's really nothing new in this exam, it's just putting everything together on how to plan and design stuff.
    It kind of seems like this might be the easiest test of them all.
    If you followed the 70-640 --> 70-642 --> 70-643 --> 70-647 route you should be pretty familiar with most the topics on the exam. M$ did a decent job of overlapping the materials and building on each previous test. Without giving too much away be familiar with NAP authentication methods, TS (gateway, broker , etc), Applying and filtering GPOs, RODCs, WSUS, AD sites/bridges and DNS zones and you should be fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by contentpros View Post
    If you followed the 70-640 --> 70-642 --> 70-643 --> 70-647 route you should be pretty familiar with most the topics on the exam. M$ did a decent job of overlapping the materials and building on each previous test. Without giving too much away be familiar with NAP authentication methods, TS (gateway, broker , etc), Applying and filtering GPOs, RODCs, WSUS, AD sites/bridges and DNS zones and you should be fine.
    So basically just know everything!

    I did follow the 70-640 --> 70-642 --> 70-643 --> 70-647 route, so I think I'll be OK. It just seems more like a review/putting everything together test more than a bunch of new info.

    I'm make sure I review those things. Thanks.
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    Its mostly the same material from the other tests, but its a "design" test. So its more of a "when do you" rather than "how do you"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyper-Me View Post
    Its mostly the same material from the other tests, but its a "design" test. So its more of a "when do you" rather than "how do you"
    Got it. I just wanted to hear from some people that have taken it. Thanks!
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