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070-291 Ha!

Discussion in 'Network Infrastructure' started by karl_lankford, Sep 25, 2007.

  1. karl_lankford

    karl_lankford Byte Poster

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    Wooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

    820!

    GOT MY MCSA!!!
     
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  2. nXPLOSi

    nXPLOSi Terabyte Poster

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    Congrats mate, great stuff! :)
     
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  3. karl_lankford

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    You have no idea how over the moon i am - and i got it first time!!!
     
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  4. ManicMonkey

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    Well done :) onwards and upwards it is.
     
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  5. karl_lankford

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    actually debating whether or not to carry it onto an MCSE - whats the next exams you reckon i should take?

    karl
     
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  6. ManicMonkey

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    Are you looking at doing messaging or security, i would personally think both are valid in the it industry however most companies like to see messaging in some form or another.

    Hoever that is not the rule, as with everything in IT its all about what you want to do. There is no reason at all why you could not go down the security route (its fun :P)
     
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  7. Fluid

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    congrats!
     
  8. ajs1976

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    congrats
     
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  9. onoski

    onoski Terabyte Poster

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    Congratulations and well done, that's a huge achievement in a short space of time:biggrin
     
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  10. wizard

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    Congratulations 8)
     
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  11. BosonMichael
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    Congrats!

    How much real-world IT experience do you have, and in what areas?
     
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  12. karl_lankford

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    been working in IT for about 3 yrs (gave up on the idea of going to uni) starting as a desktop support up to the dizzy heights of a network admin. Day to day maintenance, but had a few fun projects (ad domain migration for one!), linux wifi gateway with authentication (using nocatauth), and installing a new VOIP crystal in place of a alcatel digital piece of crap.

    still toying with the idea of either a) getting into management, b) getting into security or c) just staying where i am.

    Got any jobs :-p

    K
     
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  13. BosonMichael
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    Yes, but none in the UK. :)

    Sounds like you're ready for the MCSE. You can direct your exams to get the MCSE: Security certification. The Security+ is a good first step as well and shouldn't be that difficult for you.

    The order of the exams is up to you... 70-293 and 70-294 are worthwhile to consider doing next, while you're in that mindset.
     
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  14. Theprof

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    Congrats on the pass Karl, I'll be heading down the 290,291 road soon hopefully. As soon I start working with the servers more often and start using things like wsus, terminal services, exchange, etc.
     
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  15. karl_lankford

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    yeah am thinking security is more fun, but not sure how well it'll help me on the great CV race - every organisataion needs messaging lol!
     
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  16. stuPeas

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    Sorry for missing your post Karl. Belated congrats mate :D
     
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  17. karl_lankford

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    thanks!!!
     
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  18. nicolinux

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    I am studying for the 70-293.
    You will find all the topics you did not like in the 70-291.:(
    Is like a medicine, you don't like but you have to take it.
    Congratulation for your pass
     
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  19. karl_lankford

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    i love that - its like medicine! :):)
     
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