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  1. Senior Member G.O.A.T's Avatar
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    Default MCSA Windows 10 for a newbie?

    would this cert be too advanced for a newbie with only 6 months IT experience? Looking at the objectives it doesnt seem too bad tbh.
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    70-697 depends on how much you work the technologies involved. I found it difficult, but I also don't use Azure, Azure AD, Intune, etc. on a daily basis. The new test was released last week, I'd like to get around to taking it for the full MCSA, but it's not a priority at the moment, especially since it's still being offered to beta testers and the book isn't due for release until August sometime.

    With that being said, you can learn anything. Get a free Microsoft developers account, you'll get access to most of the software packages, get the exam-ref book or spend a lot of time on technotes and anyone can get it.
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