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    Default Measure Up Virtual Lab reviews

    Has anyone used the MeasureUp Virtual Labs? for 70-680 exam?

    And if not, or you have....What are your opinions and/or experiences on it?

    Did it help with passing the exam?
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    Sometimes the labs time out. However, their support worked with me on that and they fixed it. Hopefully that won't happen to you. On a small screen, it can be a pain to use. Otherwise, I do like it.
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    I didn't use paid-for labs, I just made my own Windows 7/Windows Server 2008 R2 environments on VMWare Workstation. Used Professor Messers videos as guides then attempted to do what he showed in the video. I found that more effective.

    When is your exam by the way?
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    My voucher expires in 02/2017 So I plan to take it by december at the latest. I've been reading the Don Poulton book and doing the measureup practice exams. I figured the MeasureUp Practice labs would be a good addition. I already do most of this stuff at work. However, I am probably doing to setup a good machine to run a VMware Server 2k8 R2 and couple of Win7 Clients to do the messer labs.
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    When it comes to Microsoft exams, the answer is Labs, Labs, and more Labs, and however you do it, as long as you learn what you need for the exam from Labs, you will pass. I first used a dummy physical PC, and after a while found that I had to use a virtual environment because I needed to use multiple Win 7 machines and keep reinstalling/imaging it now and again.

    I'm using my existing VMs from my 680 for my 686. Good luck with your exam!
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    I've bought measure up practice labs for exam 70-680.

    It doesn't have enough content to pass but it's good for busy people who haven't set up their own lab and you can access them anywhere with an internet connection.

    It's limited what you can do for installing, migrating and deploying (no upgrading), tasks are linear but it's really good for beginners on deploying windows 7 and it gives you an idea to use waik etc.
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