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By Zaan ·
Hi,
I would like to know where can I get certified or start with courses for W2K certification? I live in S. Fla. area Fort Lauderdale, when I asked a school, which does MCSE, CNE, A+ for W2K courses or certifications, they said that they will not offer it until september 2000.
Please help....
Thanks.

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by Mike D In reply to Win 2k Certifcation

Well - considering the actual product will not be released until Feb., you don't have many options. You might want to consider another path - Take NT 4 track (tests 70-067,068,073) and the NT2000 exam 70-240 when it comes out. It still amounts to 4 exams, but you can start now. Take a look at www.microsoft.com/mcp for possible alternatives. Also watch web based training like cyberstateu.com or self-paced training like forefront.com or wave.com; they will be the quickest to market with new programs & you can take the courses from anywhere.

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by Mike D In reply to Win 2k Certifcation

Sorry my url's were wrong:
Wave - www.wavetech.com
Forefront - www.it-train.com
CyberState was correct.
As a note - I used the Wave self study for my CNE. An excellent, comprehensive package. I did the MCSE self study with two books from O'Reilly - MCSE Core & Electives in a nutshell. You can get both at bookpool.com for ~$12 each.

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by drexciya In reply to Win 2k Certifcation

It all depends on your knowledge level, I'd strongly advise against Win2K MCSE when you're not experienced.

Since in Win2K MCSE Networking Essentials and TCP/IP are considered "basics" and not exams, you need that knowledge to begin with.

Furthermore I'd advise to take a CNA course to get an easy ride into the directory material.

When you've got these basics worked out right, then you can proceed to Win2K MCSE.

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by Shawn Mosley In reply to Win 2k Certifcation

I guess this really isnt a direct answer, but more a suggestion for books. I 've used amazon exclusively for books on getting certified. They usually have a lower price than most other book site. I'm not trying to sell for them or anything. hope this helps.

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by anestor In reply to Win 2k Certifcation

There are beta courses available for Win2K, but I don't know if they are available to the public. I work for a Win2K RDP (Rapid Deployment Program) site and our MS Solution Provider gave several of us course 1579 (Accelerated Training for Upgradingto Win2K and Active Directory - or something like that).

I'm planning to take the trainer test so I can teach that one and others as they become available.

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