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I have an MCSE 70293 exam coming up...anybody know where I can look for practice on simulations?
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Just now i saw MS has deleted all old versions (XP and Server 2003).
The only solution for you is to set up a Virtual PC of XP and Server 2003.
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Could i help you?
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