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Preparing for MCSA

Preparing for MCSA

Preparing for MCSA

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HI all,

I was planning on the studying for my next certification, MCSA.  I wanted to know what the LATEST MSCA book was out there.  I checked Amazon and the latest ones published were about 2006.  I was wondering if this would be sufficient enough to cover what I need to know and pass the exams.  I realize it is a 4 exam process.  I already have A+ and Network+ so I can use that as the elective exam, so really I need to do 3.  I am not fearing exam 70-270 as I know Windows XP inside and out.  Really I just need to focus on the two exams that lean towards Server 2003.  

Any help or advice would be appreciated.  Thanks!

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RE: Preparing for MCSA

I used the Mike Meyers books and bought them from Amazon. They worked well for me.

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