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Best of 1999: There's NT exam help if you want it

IT pros are scrambling to finish their NT MCSEs following the announcement of the track's retirement. Are you among them? If so, you'll want to check out AdminRepublic's third-most-read story of 1999 for a list of helpful resources.


Many IT professionals are scrambling to complete their MCSE as a result of the announced retirement of the Windows NT 4 certification track. It’s now more important than ever to get the NT 4 certifications behind you and on your resume.

If you’re among the folks needing to do just that, don’t despair. There’s help available.

Back in August, we developed a listing of helpful chats, general MCSE Web sites, study guide providers, and more. It proved popular. In fact, TechRepublic readers made "Taking an MCSE exam? There’s help if you want it" the third most read AdminRepublic story last year. Check it out if you’re trying to finish up soon—and if you’ve found a helpful site to add to the list, feel free to post it below!
Did you miss our top articles for 1999? It's not too late to catch up:Number 5: "Enabling sound through Windows NT"Number 4: "Windows NT 4 MCSEs really needn't fret"If you'd like to share your opinion, please post a comment below.

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