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Microsoft Certs 9 years 2 months ago #23340

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Hi guys just found out that as from Feb (i think) Microsoft will no longer recognise the 2k platform as a valid exam so anyone on they'r way to an M.C.S.A or M.C.S.E through that route may get cracking. Just thought it was worth bringing up.
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Re: Microsoft Certs 9 years 2 months ago #23346

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GTM,
Do you know the source where you learned this from (if electronic)?

I'm also wondering if Microsoft will be including Win2k on its unsupported OS list.

Thanks for posting



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Re: Microsoft Certs 9 years 2 months ago #23351

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I am fairly sure that Win2K is no longer under maintstream support and only supported under their extended support.

I'll have a look around because i am sure i saw it somewhere.
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Re: Microsoft Certs 9 years 2 months ago #23352

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Yup, found the link, click here
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Re: Microsoft Certs 9 years 2 months ago #23362

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Unfortunatley i learned this from an Instructor who works at a Microsoft Training Academy. Dont have any links you can look at but given the source of the information i'd say it pretty reliable.
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