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I have an MCSE 2000 and MCITP Enterprise Messaging on Exchange 2010, what is my shortest upgrade path to MCSA Server 2012?

Do I just need exam 70 - 417 to get an MCSA?
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You can upgrade these certifications to the MCSA: Windows Server 2012 certification.

Since you Already have MCITP Enterprise Messaging on Exchange 2010 then the answer is yes, all you need is 70-417.

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