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MCSE 2000 vs CCNA/NP?

By BBaggins ·
Have A+ and NET+. Have 10 yrs in food service management. Experience with pc, os, very little networking. Is there a better path. Is one in more demand than other? Need for both? No programmer here. Like to make systems work and run well. Like the hardware aspects as well. Please advise!

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by somchai In reply to MCSE 2000 vs CCNA/NP?

You already have experience in OS, so taking exam on OS (W2KPro or W2KServer) to gain MCP credential would be the good start. After earn MCP, you can later make decision about taking more exams to complete MCSE or aim to Cisco cert.

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by T Bowman In reply to MCSE 2000 vs CCNA/NP?

If you like the Admin side, I would get MCSE first and then CCNA later. Of course this really depends on what you do now and what the openings are above you on your way up the latter. A well rounded Sys/Network Admin will have training in both areas.
I can't imagine getting a Network Admin job in the NT arena without MCSE.
Hope that helps.

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