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Posted on 2012-03-09
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Hi ive been working with Exchange since 2007.  IT is changing so need to have knowledge of at least two different vendors

As im already a Exchange admin dealing with scripts manily all back ups and sizes are out sourced.

Looking to move on in my maybe become a Infrastructure Engineer

Any exchange guys out there what have you done to progress in your careers

Thank you
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I started out with Server 2003, then I joined a Sharepoint/Microsoft consultancy.  Here I got hands on with a number of things including .NET, ASP, Exchange, Server, AD, Config Manager....etc

Looking at how things are these days I'd probably suggest, if you don't have already, sitting the Server 2008 exams starting with 70-640.

SharePoint is a nice easy win with only two exams to get the MCITP (70667 & 70-668).

PowerShell is also a tech that's valuable in ALL of the new MS server apps.

I would fill in any gaps in the foundation of your knowledge then work from there.  Hope this helps!
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