Passed 70-646 today!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I am glad it is done. It is also my last requirement to finish my degree at WGU. Two in one for this test. For anybody else taking this exam I felt it was easier than the other two in the MCSA/MCITP:SA track but you really have to watch for keywords and know the features. The examlets were kind of nice to break up the test and keep it from being boring.
2020 Goals: 0 of 2 courses complete, 0 of 2 exams complete
Start with every sub article of this top one for sure, the rest are good starts too but only part of what you need to know.
What's New: Changes in Functionality from Windows Server 2008 to Windows Server 2008 R2
Loopback Technology Review
Hyper-V Clustering Step-by-Step Guide - Virtual PC Guy's Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs
IPsec Enforcement Design
Understanding NAP IPsec Enforcement
Read-only replicated folders on Windows Server 2008 R2 - The Storage Team at Microsoft - File Cabinet Blog - Site Home - TechNet Blogs
Managed Service Accounts Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Implement Role-Based Administration
Enable Access-Based Enumeration on a Namespace
Dfs Namespace Strategy
XP-Mode vs App-V vs Med-V vs VDI - eXtreme. tech. - Site Home - TechNet Blogs
Compare MED-V and App-V and Decide which is Right for You
Using Transport Server
good job, how much course related material did WGU give you to prepare you for this cert track?
What kind of labbing setup did you use? Do you think it's okay to get by with just one laptop and run virtual machines on it or do you actually have to have physical computers with routers, etc?
If so, I was confused cause it seems your OS has to be windows server 2008 r2 in order to run the Hyper-V for virtual machines but you can't really use that OS if you want it to be your everyday computer as well, right?
I was thinking of getting one of those Dell Precisions with 16 gigs of RAM but they're pretty expensive.
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Thanks for the tips!
Can you elaborate a little bit more on what book this is please?
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