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I'm an Exchange Admin and have been in technology for some time. I've been thinking of becoming a trainer and thought of earning my MCT. One of the requirements is to demonstrate instruction skills, and this can be done by earning the Comptia CCT+, or MCT-ISC.

I called about 10 popular schools, including the ones listed on Comptia's site but nobody offers the CCT+; and if I go to the MCT-ISC.com site and click Contact, it doesn't display. All of these things make me believe that they no longer exist or are being deprecated, which I wouldn't want to take them in that case. I would think the MCT is a popular cert to earn, but I'm having trouble finding the appropriate path.

Any ideas?
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Vendor      Certification
CompTIA       A+
CompTIA      CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP)
CompTIA      Convergence+
CompTIA      DHTI+
CompTIA      Network +
CompTIA      Project+
CompTIA      Security +
GIAC      GAWN
GIAC      GCFA
GIAC      GCFW
GIAC      GCIA
GIAC      GCIH
GIAC      GCIM
GIAC      GCIM
GIAC      GCUX
GIAC      GCWN
GIAC      GISP
GIAC      GNET
GIAC      GSEC
GIAC      GSIF
GIAC      GSLC
GIAC      GSOC
IBM      Certified Advanced Database Administrator
IBM      Certified Application Developer
IBM      Certified Database Administrator
IBM      Certified Database Associate
IBM      DB2
ISC2      Associate of (ISC)2 Designation
ISC2      CAP
ISC2      CISSP
ISC2      SSCP
Microsoft      Microsoft Certified Applications Developer (MCAD)
Microsoft      Microsoft Certified Architect: Database
Microsoft      Microsoft Certified Architect: Messaging
Microsoft      Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA)
Microsoft      Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Business Intelligence Developer
Microsoft      Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Database Administrator
Microsoft      Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Database Developer
Microsoft      Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Enterprise Administrator
Microsoft      Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Enterprise Project Management
Microsoft      Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Server Administrator
Microsoft      Microsoft Certified Professional Developer: Enterprise
Microsoft      Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert: SQL Server 2012
Microsoft      Microsoft Certified Professional Developer: Windows
Microsoft      Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate Server…
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I've been working in the field of IT now for about 15 years. I spent the first 5 years as a PC and network technician and have been the IT Director/Network administrator  for the last 10 years. When I was first starting out, I had prepared to take the CompTIA A+ and Network + but I put it off and put it off... and now here I am 15 years later with nothing other than a 2 year certificate degree in IT from a college along with my work experience. I love my job now.. but if anything ever happens where I need to find another job, I'd like to have some certs to go along with my experience to help me along in that job hunt. I have a few certs in my radar. I'd like to purse an MCSE and CCNA... but I have contemplated starting out by getting my A+ and Network+ since I don't feel like it would take much to knock those two out at this point.... but my question is, should I even bother with either of those at this point since they are pretty entry level certs? I go back in forth on that point but could use some opinions.
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What are some great computer certifications to look into? Both PC and MAC? Networking? All of the above.
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Is there any certificate for this course?
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Hi guy,
I've worked as an IT Officer for my company for 3 years. I'd rather to quit my current job, I do anything involve in IT, so until now, I know a lot but a little of them. It's hard to join a new job thought I have 3 years of experience like me.
I hope to receive your help, guy! I'm appreciate for that.
Nhan Dinh.
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is professor messer a good source to acquire my A+ Certification? Are his videos good or just hype?
why?
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I would like to get my help desk team CompTIA Network+ certification.  Is it possible to take both the training and the tests online?  

Any suggested sites?
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A buddy asked where you can get cheap CompTIA a+, security+, network+ vouchers.

I said
http://www.getcertified4less.com/A_s/66.htm

Do you have any other recommendations ?
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Identify and Prevent Potential Cyber-threats

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I wanted to know what would be more beneficial, as far as certifications between CompTIAs' Advanced Security Practitioner or Security Plus?  I'd like to get into some type of Federal IT position and wanted to know which might be a better fit for this in this environment and in general, outside in the "real world" of IT security.  I'm planning on getting the CISSP as well, but this certification might take me a bit longer to get and I'd like something within the security environment within the next month or so.  Lastly, some those who have taken either or both tests, are all the questions multiple choice?
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I was wondering what path I should take for certifications.  I would consider myself right about intermediate level with hardware, networking, and desktop tech support.  I need to know if I should go the comptia route with A+ and Network+.  Or should I go the Microsoft way and get some certifications?  Also, what is the name of the Microsoft certification for basic support technician?  And what is the name of the Microsoft certification for basic level of networking and servers?
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Ok question for my COMPTIA test today, I keep getting these wrong can someone outline for ME when exactly to use fix mbr and when to use fixboot and when you use bootcfg /rebuild??

I mean technically couldn't they all fix lets say a missing operating system error? Or NTLDR not found error? or Invalid system disk error?

Whats the best way to distinguish???
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CompTIA stands for The Computing Technology Industry Association. It’s a non-profit trade association that issues professional certifications for members of the IT industry. CompTIA education and certifications range from basic IT fundamentals to detailed and specific infrastructure training.

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