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    Hey VCP EXPERTS do you need to have alot of server experience to do the VCP-DCV exam. I plan to do the Mcsa but I can self study that so i am trying to do the more expensive course first. to get that out of the way. then do mcsa to supplement it. I already have some server experience with server 2012 so i think i should be able to do it.
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    It is theoretically possible to pass the VCP-DCV with just book knowledge, but I wouldn't recommend it. Setup a nested vsphere environment on your PC and start practicing, or use the HOL from VMware if you can
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    I plan to do that. thanks ! for the advice
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    You'll have a much better grasp of vSphere if you have knowledge of the layers above and below - so server OSes and applications, and compute, network, and storage resources.
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    Am I reading this correctly?
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