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I just passed my final test for the MCITP- Enter. Administrator and I logged into the MS website to view my certs, and I'm a bit confused as what I'm actually certified in, here is a print out of what I saw:



Can someone explain what the heck I'm certified in, especially the MCTS portion of this image.
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The MCITP:EA tests prior to the Final IT PRO test award you with a MCTS for different parts of Windows 2008, depending on the test. As a result you hold every certification listed on that page. MCITP:EA, an MCTS for Business Desktop Deployment, 3 MCTS certs for Windows 2008, MCSE, MCSA, and MCSA: Messaging. Also, if you chose to take the Upgrade your MCSE exam, you were awarded three MCTS certifications for that one test.

Edit to add: Microsoft decided to change their certification system so that you receive a certification for every test you take. This is mostly to allow better acknowledgement for people who are working toward an MCITP in something but haven't completed *all* the tests. With the MCSA and MCSE, you could complete 2 or 3 tests and you wouldn't really be able to show that on a resume until you completed the tests required for full completion of the MCSA/MCSE
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