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MCSE: Desktop Infrastructure 2012 or MCSE: Private Cloud Certification 2012

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Hi im Desktop support Eng. Supporting Sccm 2012, Xenapp 6.5 and Windows 7

My Question is which is better MCSE: Private Cloud Certification 2012 or MCSE: Desktop Infrastructure 2012.  Looking to break into big boys table

Also looking to add Vmware and Exchange after ive done MCSE

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I would definitely go for the Desktop Infrastructure, it gives you a full work through of VDI systems including application environments. While the Microsoft cloud solutions are building momentum they are still hard for companies to visualize and I am seeing way more clients moving towards VDI packages which they "understand".

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Why not do both? Core exams are the same.

Desktop side will help for your current role and the other side will help for your future plans.

Also keep an eye on the job listings to fine tune your plans. VMware is a part of Wintel team in most companies. Exchange/Lync goes to the AD/messaging team. You may have to choose one stream of these two.
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