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  1. Senior Member G.O.A.T's Avatar
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    Default How much experience before going gor the MCSA W10?

    I have OS knowledge but nothing fancy I have the MTA in Windows OS and work in helpdesk but not much OS troubleshooting occurs besides windows updates lol. Do you think MCSA would be too advanced? My cert plan includes

    Networking Fundamentals
    Windows Server Fundamentals
    Security Fundamentals
    Cloud Fundamentals

    Then Im either going to get the A+ or take the MCSA W10. I dont really want to take the A+ I have an equivalent accademic qualifucation already.

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    Not too advanced.
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    Go straight into MCSA W10 as you have MTA knowledge already. Dont bother with A+ as it easier than anything MS has to offer.
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    Do you have the hands on experience (work or home whatever) of installing OSs, upgrading, messing with partitions, configuring the OS etc ? Basic network knowledge. Know how to connect computers etc etc. Know about WinPE ? If so you'll be fine.
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