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  1. Senior Member
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    Default SYBEX or MS book?

    Hi, I was just wondering, is there any point to bother with MSbook for this exam (I heard no). I long time ago purchased the SYBEX serie, is this one on the other hand any better. I wonder which book would be best along with CBT and Testout.

    Any comments would be much appreciated

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    I used the Syngress book. The MS Press book was more like an introduction and was not even close to going into enough detail for the exam.
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    I used the MS book, which was severely lacking on some of the objectives. I used my 299, 291, and Security+ books to fill in some of the gaps.
    The more material you can get your hands on, the better...
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    I'm with dynamik, I have the syngress book and it seems to be well written. I also took MCSE classes a few years back and they provide you with the ms press book and comparing them both the ms press book is more lab oriented and the syngress book goes into more detail about the topic and covers topics that are oddly not covered in the ms press book.
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