You can indeed complete the NT 4.0 MCSE, but you can't take IIS 4.0 (70-087). It retired on 2/28/2001, along with the core exams and the equally popular 70-059 TCP/IP exam. I'd suggest something like 70-080 IEAK 5.0, 70-088 Proxy Server 2.0, or perhaps even one of the 70-2xx exams that are part of the Windows 2000 MCSE curriculum. You're going to have to update your certification by 12/31/2001 to maintain it going into the year 2002, so why not get started with your very next exam?
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