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CertForums 70-210 Faq Page

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    Welcome to the CertForums 70-210 FAQ Page

    What is the purpose of this forum ?
    This forum is designed to discuss any issues related to the Microsoft 70-210 exam.

    What areas does this exam cover ?
    This exam covers Installing, Configuring, and Administering Windows 2000 Professional.

    What sort of topics are appropriate for this forum ?
    Anything that is covered in the exam objectives, including : Microsoft Management Console (MMC), Remote Installation Services (RIS), and Data/Disk Management.
    Also, a scenario that includes a Windows 2000 Server component, such as Active directory, which is not a part of Windows 2000 Professional, may be posted in this forum if the relevance of the question pertains to the client

    What if no-one answers my question ?
    Hopefully someone on the forum will always be able to help, but in those instances when you receive no response in a timely manner, please direct your comments to the forum moderator or the site administrator. Also, please keep in mind that, if your question is quite involved, it may take a bit of research on a responder's part before they can provide any assistance. Please try to be patient.

    How detailed should my question be ?
    The more detail, the better. Very often, it is difficult to respond meaningfully to a question if not enough detail is included. Sometimes, of course, it can be hard to know how much detail to include in an initial question and, in that event, responders may ask you to clarify certain points.

    What qualifications does the exam count towards ?
    The exam counts towards
    Microsoft Certified Professional
    70-210 counts as a core credit towards
    Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)

    Are there any Microsoft courses for this exam ?
    Yes, Course 2152 : Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional and Server.

    Where can I find further information on 70-210 ?
    The official preparation guide for 70-210 can be found here..
    This is an excellent guide, as it includes the complete list of skills required to pass the 70-210 exam.
    Certforums also has a separate Resources page with links to some of the best online resources, including tutorials and white papers.You may also submit useful links yourselves, in posts, when it is relevant.

    Are there any books for self-studying the 70-210 exam ?
    Yes, there are various books and study guides.Here is a list of a few of the more popular books:

    [​IMG]MCSE: Windows 2000 Professional Study Guide (MCSE Study Guide)

    Windows 2000 Professional is Microsoft's high-end desktop operating system for use within enterprise-scale networks. This text covers the exam (#70-210) on the subject, a core requirement for passing the MCSE. It contains exam essentials, review questions and contents which map to official Microsoft exam objectives.





    [​IMG]MCSE: Windows 2000 Core Four Boxed Set: Exam 70-210, 70-215, 70-216, 70-217

    Microsoft has re-designed their MCSE certification for the release of the Windows 2000 network operating system, including new, more difficult exams. The MCSE Windows 2000 Four Core Boxed Set provides in-depth, element rich, Microsoft-Approved coverage of all the technical objectives required to pass the MCSE Windows 2000 core exams. These books are "THE" books to use to master the information necessary for passing what will be difficult exams.




    [​IMG]Windows 2000 Professional Resource Kit

    Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional Resource Kit - This official Microsoft Resource Kit packs the authoritative technical information and tools IT professionals need to successfully deploy, manage, and maintain the Windows 2000 Professional operating system.
     

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