Retirement of the Windows 2000 line of Exams

edembyedemby Member Posts: 13 ■□□□□□□□□□
Whens should we expect Windows 2000 to be retired?

According to some of the posts, there are people still working on obtaining their 2000 MCSE. It seem MS has no more than 2 server OS's that are supported for the most part.. I think there a year or so of overlap.

Just a heads up for you diligent individuals that are working hard to maintain a life, family, job, and current certs.

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  • tibultibul Member Posts: 240
    They give atleast a years notice before they retire and exam, there is a page on the ms site that shows you the ones to be retired, last time i checked about a month or so ago there wasent any 2000 exams up for retirment yet, so everybody should be fine for a while.
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  • LukeQuakeLukeQuake Member Posts: 579
    The majority of companies are still running a 2000 domain enviroment anyway. There is no real reason for MS to retire the 2000 exams and we probably won't see them go until 2010+.
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