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Did the mcsa 2003/mcse 2003 change?

Posted on 2014-01-13
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I am having  mcsa 2003-it was four courses and mcse 2003 7 courses,
write now I am searching for the new certification for mcsa/mcse-but I didnt find a clear plan
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for MS Cetrification paths (there were some changes in MS certifications in the near past) please visit this MS page:
http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en-us/certification-overview.aspx

choose your Category (Server, Desktop, ..) and check for certification path (e.g. for MCSA Server 2008 certification you have to complete 3 exams - 640, 642 and 646)
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