I have my MCP and was wondering if taking the 70-216 exam is enough to allow me to take the MCSA and obtain that...
cert? To get the MCSA you must meet all requirements, which include taking the 70-210, 70-215 and 70-218 exams (or A+ and Network+, A+ and Server+ combinations). If your other credentials meet the other requirements, the answer to your question is yes; if not, the answer is no. I don't see enough information here to answer your question more specifically since you don't tell me what MCP exams you have already taken and passed. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.
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