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    i am beginning to learn about MCSA,but i dont understand what does it mean.who can talk more about it,
    thank

  • #2
    what do you exacly want to know?
    Marcel
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    • #3
      MCSA is "Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator"

      To get it you need to pass 4 exams:

      Workstation (2000 or XP)
      Server (2000 or 2003)
      Network Management
      An elective from a wide range of options including Exchange, Security etc.

      It shows you have the knowledge to manage a windows network of more or less any size, but does not go into the depth of the MCSE (Systems Engineer) which certifies you to design and implement new networks.

      To do well at MCSE exams, you should have some experience of a windows network including Active Directory and, if possible, routing and remote access. There are good courses to do but there is no substitute for practical experience unless you want to end up as a "Paper MCSA" who has the theoretical qualification but not the practical knowledge to back it up.

      For more information, try here and look for the MCSA section

      Good Luck!
      Tom
      Tom Jones
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