Keeping on top of network technology

I administer a very small network running Windows NT Server 4.0. I passed that exam and achieved MCP status last December. I see no purpose in struggling towards a full MCSE. However, I would like to stay abreast of new technology that might be used on small networks of one to three servers and under 50 users. At present, the network only has one PC running Win2k, and management has no plan to upgrade the system from NT Server. What course do you recommend I follow in my education so I am ready for the inevitable upgrade?
You might consider taking exam 70-244 Supporting and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 Network to maintain your MCP status. This exam focuses primarily on working with NT 4.0 servers, and only tangentially on Win2k Professional clients. It sounds like a perfect fit for your needs. Please consult http://www.microsoft.com/trainingandservices/exams/examasearch.asp?PageID=70-244 for more information.
This was first published in June 2001
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