I have heard rumors that MCSE NT4.0 was not going to be retired. Is this true? Thanks! It's no rumor--it's absolutely...
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true! See the following URLs for more details: - "Microsoft Enhances its Certification Program to Address Market Needs" http://www.microsoft.com/trainingandservices/default.asp?PageID=mcp&PageCall =announcement⋐Site=articles
- Related Press Release: "Microsoft Revamps Its IT Certification Program to Meet Customer Needs"
- MCSE Requirements for NT 4.0 http://www.microsoft.com/trainingandservices/default.asp?PageID=mcp&PageCall =nttrack⋐Site=cert/mcse&AnnMenu=mcse
Please also note that the MCSE on Microsoft Windows 2000 Requirements have been updated to accept various now-retired (and highly popular) MCSE on Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 electives as well. Scroll to the bottom of the MCSE requirements page at: http://www.microsoft.com/trainingandservices/default.asp?PageID=mcp&PageCall =requirements⋐Site=cert/mcse&AnnMenu=mcse for those details.
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