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Now that MS has extended the MCSE cert indefinitely, does that mean my two existing MCSEs enable my

Now that MS has extended the MCSE cert indefinitely, does that mean my two existing MCSEs enable my company to qualify for our Certified MS Partner program?
No, this does not change the requirements for MS Certified Partners to obtain the most current certifications. How do I know this? My company is an MCSP, and I just went to the web pages for the program and double- checked! We must still have two MCPs on staff who qualify under the latest guidelines for the "...on Microsoft Windows 2000" certifications. Sorry!
This was last published in October 2001

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