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    Given that you've already asked about about expiry/recertification, what do you mean by "valid"??
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    Quote Originally Posted by scott28tt View Post
    Given that you've already asked about about expiry/recertification, what do you mean by "valid"??
    Hi scott28tt,

    As you know (I think you know ) that Cisco Associate-level and Professional-level certifications are valid for three years.
    If one doesn't recertify, the certification expires and becomes invalid.
    Does VMware certification policy have something similar for Professional-level certifications?
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    VCPs expire after 2 years unless recertified.

    Learn more here: https://mylearn.vmware.com/mgrReg/pl...18&ui=www_cert
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