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    Question MTA question

    Hi all,

    I'm preparing on writing my MTA and I just want to confirm if it is still base on Server 2008?
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    Depends on the MTA you're doing. Are you talking about Windows Server Fundamentals? Microsoft give you the information for it here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/lear...am-98-365.aspx

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    Yes, I'm planning to do 98-365 : Microsoft Server Fundi.

    Thanks for confirming!
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    Just a quick update. I wrote the exam yesterday and passed!
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    How difficult was it? I’ve read through the official Windows Server Fundamental book and did some test questions. What materials did you use to study for it?
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    For a Microsoft test, it was actually very good. Not a lot of vague questions that are in many cert exams.
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    Congrats on the pass!
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