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  1. Rob1234

    Rob1234 Megabyte Poster

    I was thinking of doing the 70-640 MCTS: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration but after reading GBL's thread about what to do next and people talking about the electives already done for the MCSA it got me thinking that maybe I should look at the MCSA before the 70-640 but first i wanted to check a few things:

    I have done A+, N+, MCDST and the 070-620 so as i have the above i can use the 070-620 as the client OS exam and the MCDST as the Elective exam which just leaves the 70-290 and the 70-291 is that correct?

    And doing this before the 70-640 seems like a good idea?
    Certifications: A few.
  2. Qs

    Qs Semi-Honorary Member Gold Member

    Seems like a good idea to me. You need systems administrator experience to successfully configure Active Directory. See what I'm getting at? :p

    And to answer your question yes.

    MCDST will be your MCSA elective.
    70-620 will be your core client.

    That means you'll have two more core networking exams to do, namely 70-290 and 70-291.

    If you fancy a nose, the prerequisites can be found here - Linky

    Certifications: MCT, MCSE: Private Cloud, MCSA (2008), MCITP: EA, MCITP: SA, MCSE: 2003, MCSA: 2003, MCITP: EDA7, MCITP: EDST7, MCITP: EST Vista, MCTS: Exh 2010, MCTS:ServerVirt, MCTS: SCCM07 & SCCM2012, MCTS: SCOM07, MCTS: Win7Conf, MCTS: VistaConf, MCDST, MCP, MBCS, HND: Applied IT, ITIL v3: Foundation, CCA
  3. Rob1234

    Rob1234 Megabyte Poster

    I use AD at work, a bit as I am in charge of creating users and I set up public folders and things like that and we have some test servers and my boss let me create a domain controller. So I have a bit of experience of using AD.

    And I see you can do the 70-648 and upgrade to the to get MCTS!
    Certifications: A few.

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