After a short experiance with Exchange 2010 in both test and internal environments I have today passed 70-662 (Exchange 2010 configuration), not a whole lot of difference compared to 2007 besides ofcourse the new features. More interesting was the new format Microsoft has where they now offer upto 13 different awnsers decreasing the “luck” factor […]
Today I achieved 070-647, it was a decently hard exam as to be expected ofcourse for the level of expertise required to pass and know all the items questioned within it. Focus will now shift from 2008 basis to my Messaging Specialism, which I will be upgrading from MCSA:M with an additional 2007 MCTS in […]
Passed 70-643 on Monday. Exam was relatively straight forward with some interesting questions and a good mix up of the subjects tested. Ran into very little Streaming Media server questions but I never really use that so that turned out okay. They now added a little questionaire in the start where they ask for your […]
Appart from being a bit blown away by the sheer amount of Certificate and Encryption related questions the exam went well. Added MCTS AD and MCTS Network Infrastructure to my listing. Now on to 70-643.
Two days ago I succesfully achieved 70-682 after a short stint of studying. I have more studying planned for this month with 70-648 comming up tomorrow. This succes means I am now also MCTS Windows 7 Configuration and MCITP Enterprise Desktop Support Technician 7. More news soon to follow.
As part of my work I have been heavely involved in Cisco routing, VPN and VoIP technologie for some time now. To improve on my own skills with Cisco I have orderd a bunch of Cisco routers namely: 2503 (single Ethernet router with BRI interface) 2611 (dual Ethernet router) And most recently a 2621 (dual […]
Well let’s kick off this new blog in “style” by creating the first post on it. My intentions for this blog are to post and share things I come across in my line of work as a system administrator, designer and support technician. My focus within IT is very broad but centers mostly around user […]