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  • What happens after the transition path from Win2K to Win2K3 retires?

    Hi All,

    Does anyone know what would happen after the 292 and 296 papers will retire on March 31st 2008?

    Would I need to pass all the papers required for a regular MCSE 2003 certification?
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    Re: What happens after the transition path from Win2K to Win2K3 retires?

    After these exams expires, you'll have to sit for all 7 exams which will give you MCSE on Windows 2003 credential.

    Else you can directly go for fresh Windows 2008 track as of now rather than spending money for 70-292 & 70-296 exams.

    Advantage of giving 70-292 & 70-296 is your resume looks nice as you followed major upgrade path from Windows 2000 track to 2003.

    Choice is your's !! But it's for sure once upgrade exams are expired you'll have to give all general exams to become an MCSE on Windows 2003.

    Sit for 70-292 & 296 and then afterwards sit for 70-649 which is MCSE 2003 to 2008 upgrade exam.

    All the best,
    Regards,
    AmeY.
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    Solaris,Linux & Windows admin + networking.

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