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    Default Server+ as a stepping stone to other certs?

    I just passed Security+ and was looking at the MCSE requirments and options...I was SHOCKED that CompTIA Server+ was not in there!!!

    Does this cert go tward anything like a Linux cert or some other MS path?
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    Hi,

    I don't know much about the Server+ cert, but it does in fact combined with the A+ count as an elective for the MCSA. However, the Security+ counts as an MCSE elective and can also be used for the Security specialization with a combo of 70-299, 227, or 350.
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    EMC considers it a prereq for their certs. It was accepted before MS certs were addeded. EMC makes SAN's among other things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheShadow
    EMC considers it a prereq for their certs. It was accepted before MS certs were addeded. EMC makes SAN's among other things.
    Thanks - gives me a good reason to sit for the exam after I get an MCSE
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