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N+ and A+ certified and looking to get an MCSA

I am currently N+ and A+ certified. I hear that Microsoft will allow me to receive the MCSA. How do I do this? Are there any additional exams I need?
If you have N+ and A+, you meet the elective requirement for MCSA. To complete the credential you must still take and pass three more exams:

  • 70-210 or 70-270: Windows 2000 or XP Professional, respectively
  • 70-215: Windows 2000 Server
  • 70-218: Managing a Windows 2000 Network

    Here are the complete details on this certification program:

    1. General overview
    2. Requirements details

    Good luck with your certification efforts.

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