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    Just needed some guidance on this topic?
    What does it mean when Microsoft says you can use A+ and Network+ as an elective for MCSA.
    What does it require to get an MCSA if you have these two certs from CompTIA, if anyone can shed light on this it would be appreciated.
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    You can use A+ and Net+ as an elective for MCSA 2003.

    http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mc...3/default.mspx

    It appears that you can't us A+ and Net+ for MCSA 2000 though I don't know why. I just thought I would throw that in.

    http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mc...uirements.mspx
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    thats what i am going for MCSA, and later CCNA.

    Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator certification paths

    2272 Implementing and Supporting Windows XP Professional <70-270>
    2273 Managing and Maintaining Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment <70-290>
    -2276 Implementing Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure:Network Hosts
    -2277 Implementing Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure:Network Services <70-291>

    Electives- Choose 1
    Security+ <SY0-101>
    OR
    A+ and Network+
    OR
    2400 Implementing and Managing Exchange Server 2003 <70-284>
    OR
    2261 Supporting Users Running XP operating system AND 2262 Supporting Users Running Applications in the XP operating system <70-271 and 70-272>
    "If you want to kick the tiger in his ass, you'd better have a plan for dealing with his teeth."
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