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    Default Passed Server+

    Sat this test and passed
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    Know everything about SAN/NAS (even file/block access)
    Know all SCSI specs
    Know all environmental/security issues of server room
    Know DMI/SNMP everything (+when it boots)
    Know troubleshooting
    Know all termination specs/techniques
    Know all types of cabling AND how speed is affected in mixed hardware environment (ATA 66 drive and ATA33) for example
    Know shutdown commands for UNIX, Windows, Novell
    Know Network config command also for all 3
    Understand ALL fibre info
    Know how to troubleshoot LAN
    Know what lan analyzer does
    know about MMC (windows)
    Know about which OS is 64 bit compatible
    Know about ERD/Rovery console
    Know what bus mastering is
    Know ins and outs of: controller cards, hot swap and hot spare
    Thats it for now, if I think of more I'll post it.
    Have a good night.
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    Outstanding! I've always thought that Server+ was one of compTIAs toughest exams. It covers a lot of material that the average desktop jockey doesn't see in a normal day. Good work!
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    Default server+

    The sever+ was very specific on details, I took security+ and it covered a lot of ground, but server+ was very detail oriented. It wasn't a cakewalk and the questions were worded vaguely to make you study the questions carefully. I looked for a key word or phrase to disqualify the answers. I thought it challenging.
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    What study materials did you use?
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    I now see the other post, thanks.
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    Congratulations!
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    Congrats!
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    Default congrats

    Congrats, what book you recommend to pass the exams, if I go ahead and buy transenders, will that be enough to pass server+. Any questions came from transsender.
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    I agree that this test was a little on the tough side.

    Congrats on your pass!
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    i am taking SERVER+ SK0-002 next week on wed
    i been using examcram but its kinda sucky
    i am just trying to use online resources as well as brian dumps


    would someone comment on those "t3stking/actua1t3st" are they worth using for a study guide
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    Sorry Hampro3. I'm afraid you are pretty much doomed to failure. This exam is NOT about drainbumps. It is targeted at the technician with 2 years of SERVER experience. You ain't gonna learn that in any drainbump.
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