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sbradcpa posted this 04 January 2008

MCSE's and similar exams are version specific and one is supposed to put
the year designation in them.

However, you might find it hard to find an exam for Windows Server 2007 ;-)

Ramon Linan wrote:
> Does anyone know if it is possible to take training and certification
> for the generation of OS and software? Windows server 2007, MS exchange,
> etc
>
> Thanks
>
> Rezuma
>

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rezuma posted this 04 January 2008

Typo :D

So when will the MSCE for 2008 available? Someone was telling me to get
the MSCE for 2003 and then upgrade.

Should I wait or should I do the 2003?

Rezuma

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jsalandra1 posted this 04 January 2008

Yes that would be best, the exams should come out in April for the MCTS
and the MCITP should come out after that

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sbradcpa posted this 04 January 2008

I've seen a beta for 2008 talked about on the blogs?
http://projectdream.org/wordpress/2007/07/18/mcsemcsa-beta-upgrade-exams-to-windows-server-2008-are-out-71-648-71-649/
http://blogs.msdn.com/trika/archive/2007/06/14/windows-server-2008-certification-paths.aspx

Ramon Linan wrote:
> Typo :D
>
> So when will the MSCE for 2008 available? Someone was telling me to get
> the MSCE for 2003 and then upgrade.
>
> Should I wait or should I do the 2003?
>
> Rezuma
>

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ken posted this 05 January 2008

The upgrade exam for MSCE on Windows Server 2003 is already available (70-649) http://www.adopenstatic.com/cs/blogs/ken/archive/2007/12/12/14928.aspx. \
But you'll still need to do two additional exams:
a) either the Vista exam, or the deploying Vista and Office 2007 with BDD exam (these are already available)
b) the Windows Server 2008 Enterprise admin exam (this is currently in beta)
That will give you the MCITP Windows Server 2008 credential.

If you are not upgrading, but starting from fresh, then the three MCTS exams covered by the upgrade exam will be released in Jan/Feb.

Cheers
Ken

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Mahdi posted this 18 January 2016

My bad sorry :) 



I meant 35 child domains and 1 site for each. (wow 1225! That's a lot ! :D)








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On Sun, Jan 17, 2016 at 10:04 PM, Mahdi Tehrani


<tehrani.mahdi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


<snip>


> Our forest consist of 35 child domains and 35 sites for each domain.



OK - that seems to imply that you have 35x35 = 1225 sites in toto



> Since


> clients in each domain login to their computers in their domain and each


> domain has only one site associated to it,



This seems to means you have only 35 sites.



Which is it?



> we do not have Inter-Site related


> traffic for domain partitions except the schema and configuration partition


> which we rarely alter them.


>


> ‎I was thinking to informing our network team about 512 Kbps is the need for


> this scenario. Any thoughts? Did I miss something to include for my


> considerations?



I haven't worked in this kind of situation, but I suppose it would


depend on any other inter-site traffic you might deem necessary, and


what your topology looks like otherwise - star, mesh (partial or


full), etc.



Frankly, doing a baseline of traffic for a week or two between your


DCs would tell you an awful lot. Doesn't need to be sophisticated -


'netsh trace' with suitable filters would be pretty non-instrusive.



Kurt


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