Do you have to complete the MCSE 2000 certification before the exams for Windows 2003 are released to the public...
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to take advantage of the two-exam upgrade? Yes, you must meet MCSE 2000 requirements for the upgrade exams to elevate your status to MCSE on Windows Server 2003. Otherwise, you'll have no certification to upgrade, and will probably end up simply tackling the seven-exam sequence for the MCSE on Windows Server 2003 instead.
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