Difficulties in studying MCSE 2003

Posted on 2004-11-05
Last Modified: 2010-04-19
Hi all experts,

I'm a certified MCSE NT 4.0.  Now, I have to study MCSE 2003 again from the beginning.  I wonder is there any materials like studying web sites, videos, CDs, that can help me to understand more.

I'm using the MS Press Self-Paced Training Kit.  I find it difficult.  I wonder if it is because I don't know about Win 2000 (only know NT 4.0).  

Do you remeber CBT training program?  It is very easy to understand and navigate.  Is there any program like one now?

Thanks for all replies.
Question by:jesshon
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    by:  These are excellent and you can choose an entire package or individual topics.  They have some freebees on the web to let you see what they're like.

    They have really helped me in getting my 2003 MCSE.

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