My reading of the requirements as stated is that only those exams I listed before would qualify for what you might call a "post-mortem Windows NT 4.0 MCSE." If you want to seek other alternatives, you'll need to contact the folks at Microsoft to get an official ruling. Although my colleague and former co-author Andy Ruth is involved with the MCSA program there, I'm sure he can point you at the right person to rule. You can send him an e-mail. If those exams won't fit the bill for you, why not contact him and ask for a pointer to the program person for MCSE? Good luck! Please let me know how this turns out.
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