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    Default 291 to 293 Differences

    I am fresh off a pass on the 70-291 and ready to peruse my MCSE. Everyone seems to suggest immediately going on to the 293 as the material on the 293 is similar to the 291. I was just wondering everyone's thoughts on this. At work I deal with some of the material the 291 covers every day, but things like RRAS, VPN, and IPSec I never touch, so what I've recently learned will fade away if I don't keep on it.

    I spent about a month studying for the 291 and if the 293 is similar I plan on roughly the same timeline. Does the 293 just go deeper into some of the material on the 291? What is the format like? Thanks!
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    Same type of format. It's basically just more of the same with clustering, NLB, and PKI.

    You can see a detailed comparison here:
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    Preparation Guide for Exam 70-293: Planning and Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure
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    Good to know the format won't change on me. Yeah, I read those links prior to posting, just was looking for a more informal explanation on the difference, thanks. I do a lot with clustering in 2k3 in our environment, NLB and PKI not so much though. I did recently have a battle royal with NLB in 2k8 in our SharePoint environment though. Time to get to studying I guess.
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