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  1. Junior Member Registered Member
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    Default Passed VCP6-DCV exam today

    Just wanted to say thank you to this forum especially the daily vmware quiz help me to think of why you would do something one way as opposed another way.

    I passed my exam with 424 which i was hoping to pass with a higher score but overall happy with the results.

    The questions that i found the toughest was the output of esxcli commands as i rarely use them.

    I have been working with vmware for over 3 years now i started with version 5.1 then 5.5, and now at my recent company I've been working with 6.
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    Hi whizkidwho,

    Congrats with passing the exam. Did you use any books for exam preparation?
    Best, sacredboy!
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    Congratulations on your pass!!
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    Congrats! what were your study methods!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sacredboy View Post
    Hi whizkidwho,

    Congrats with passing the exam. Did you use any books for exam preparation?
    Thanks! I used VCP6-DCV official Cert Guide 3rd edition along with using the brown bagger video. I also asked a lot of question with my mentor who is vcap-dcv and have a home lab to play around with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greg9891 View Post
    Congrats! what were your study methods!
    i used VCP6-DCV official cert guide 3rd edition. I also watched the vcp-dcv brown baggers video along with having a home lab to play with to understand key concept such as DRS/HA/FT. I also had to benefit of working with my mentor on a daily bases who is a vcap-dcv to help me understand and explain key concepts to me.

    To be completely honest even though I passed I feel like there is so much more to learn and I'm just barely touching the surface.
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    Congrats!!!
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    Congratulations. Great work!

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