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    Default MTA: Windows Server Administration Fundamentals

    Do you guys reckon this can be revised in a week or less? I was considering running it alongside my prep work for 70-698 for Windows 10, figured I might be able to crack out 2 exams in a month. I've been working with servers for a few years now, and wanted to get this squared away, having not had any servers certifications so far.
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    Just finished taking the exam, passed with a 93. Very pleased. Onwards to MCSA!
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    That's great! I always like the exam because its a great intro into Windows server without going headfirst into the MCSA material which can be lengthy
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    Pretty much why I took it. I wanted to make sure I was at that beginner level before I started going into the MCSAs and such.
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    I've been thinking about doing this exam since I need to learn how to use MS server more but I don't really care for it. I'm already getting experience with it.

    I'm glad that you passed and I think it was a good idea to have the MTA as a starting point. There's a ton of stuff to learn for the server exam.
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    Dies this exam test you on what features/roles are included with what version of Windows Server? I get they may test on roles but individual features would be a nightmare to remember.
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    My questions about roles were more functional rather than just remembering stuff from a book.
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