[email protected] wrote: »
Many companies are still using 2003 and they will be upgrading to 2008, this means those who possess MCSA 2012 are more valuable since most companies will be migrating to 2012.
pjd007 wrote: »
I'd have thought anyone running 2003 would migrate to 2012 rather than 2003.
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While the logical thing would be to migrate directly to 2012 R2, not all companies are doing it. Over the last year, I've migrated several mid-size companies from 2003 to 2008 R2. For various reasons, they didn't want to make that big of a jump.
Some companies, even large ones hold onto old operating systems forever. The year before last, I had a project to migrate 30 Windows NT 4.0 domains into a Windows 2008 R2 forest. The only reason they finally got around to upgrading was because they were rolling out new Windows 7 PCs and a Windows NT domain doesn't support Windows 7 clients.
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