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MCSE track

I'm trying to start studying MCSE 15 years after I had my MCSE NT. I"m just reading online to do brainstorm.
Can anyone if you're already MCSE, give me any advice and useful links such as student forum, study guide,etc?

 As I have done, I will study with books, not attending school.

Also, I see various MCSE track such as server infrastructure, Private Cloud, etc. Which one do you have and why did you choose the track?
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Any of the official Microsoft books are good, although lacking in depth content.  Make sure that any book you use also covers R2 as all MCSA tests (70-410, 70-411, 70-412) have been updated to cover R2 content.  The two MCSE tests (70-413 and 70-414) will be updated in April to cover R2.  Here is a link to the exam information and books: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en-us/mcse-server-infrastructure-certification.aspx

Also look at online CBT training such as CBT Nuggets and TrainSignal/PluralSight.

Use Microsoft Virtual Academy and TechNet Virtual Labs as well.

A great forum to get a lot more study materials and help from others who are either studying or have already taken the tests is: TechExams.net.

You can use practice tests such as MeasureUp and Transcender.


No matter what stay away from Braindumps as they only cheat you and everyone else that has either already legitimately earned their certifications or are in the process of doing so.  To find out if a site is using braindumps use this link: http://www.certguard.com/braindumps.asp


I personally have the MCSE Server Infrastructure because that is what I mostly work with.  I am also working towards the Private Cloud to get the Hyper-V credentials.  As for what you get it all depends on what pertains to you.  Overall though, the MCSE: Server Infrastructure is likely your most common.
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