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I now know the MCSE and MCP certifications will eventually retire for NT, but how about A+, Network+, or Cisco or Novell certifications?
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certifications generally don't "retire" they need upgrading just like anything else.  you need to stay current in order to maintain a certification.  if your a novell 3.12 cne, you'll always be one. now since there aren't too many 3.12 networks out there that limits your certification.  since i recieved my a+ certification, there have been 2 revisions of the test, i'm still a+ certified.  now as far as microsoft goes,  mcse and mcp certs aren't going away,  in order to maintain your cert you need to upgrade your skills by taking win2000 tests. i hope this answers your questions.
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