Essendon wrote: »
Apparently, the professional engineers' association (CCPE) in Canada had a problem with the term, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. They contend that an engineer is someone who holds a 4 year degree and not some boffin that dumped their way through 7 exams in 7 weeks and called themselves an engineer. I looked around but cannot find a link that confirms this is why Microsoft renamed their flagship cert.
kurosaki00 wrote: »
Probably been asked a lot but....
MCITP: Enterprise Desktop Support Technician 7
do I have to take one of those or both?
Many other exams in MCITP offer this two exams thing.
Thank you guys for your time.
punkisdead83 wrote: »
Im leaning towards skipping MCSE/MCSA and jumping straight into the 2008 stuff. A huge chunk of the company I work for is on 2008 already and 2003 seems kinda moot at this point.
The MCITP requirements don't seem as cut and dry as MCSE so if I'm understanding this correctly my exam path would be as follows?
70-680 (in progress)
Exchange falls under a different exam scope?
whatthehell wrote: »
Can't you substitute the Comptia Security + for a test for one of these paths? or was that for something else?
walkfacefirst wrote: »
I took Exam 072-290 Managing & Maintaining a MS Win Server 2003 Environment last year. I was wondering if you can apply this class to the MCITP certification path?
I am trying to see the correct path to follow to achieve the MCITP. Also does anyone have any advice on any online training courses to take to complete this certification?
I have heard mixed reviews on CBTNuggets, transcender, and others.