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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21 22:09:58 CDT 2004 Top

Mcse >> MSCE on 2003

Guys

I was out to the Microsoft site and the reviews on the MS Press stuff is not
that great

Any recommendations on good solid technical manuals that get you into the
product to prepare for exams?

Thanks

Ian

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 21 22:09:58 CDT 2004 Top

Mcse >> MSCE on 2003 Deja vu. Didn't I see this question on mircosoft.public.cert.exam.mcsa just
a few moments ago?

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I may not be completely certified, but I am completely certifiable.



> Guys
>
> I was out to the Microsoft site and the reviews on the MS Press stuff is
not
> that great
>
> Any recommendations on good solid technical manuals that get you into the
> product to prepare for exams?
>
> Thanks
>
> Ian
>
>


 
 
Steve





PostPosted: Tue Jun 22 14:52:16 CDT 2004 Top

Mcse >> MSCE on 2003 Actually it was on microsoft.public.certification
(General)


>-----Original Message-----
>Deja vu. Didn't I see this question on
mircosoft.public.cert.exam.mcsa just
>a few moments ago?
>
>--
>I may not be completely certified, but I am completely
certifiable.
>


>> Guys
>>
>> I was out to the Microsoft site and the reviews on the
MS Press stuff is
>not
>> that great
>>
>> Any recommendations on good solid technical manuals
that get you into the
>> product to prepare for exams?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Ian
>>
>>
>
>
>.
>
 
 
Ian





PostPosted: Tue Jun 22 18:02:49 CDT 2004 Top

Mcse >> MSCE on 2003 I don't know what to say guys - it seems a legitimate post recieves a lot of
backlash here - so instead of reading through hundreds of posts, I was
hoping for someone who was just willing to help a little - my apologies for
the inconvenience




> Guys
>
> I was out to the Microsoft site and the reviews on the MS Press stuff is
not
> that great
>
> Any recommendations on good solid technical manuals that get you into the
> product to prepare for exams?
>
> Thanks
>
> Ian
>
>


 
 
Jtyc





PostPosted: Tue Jun 22 18:27:53 CDT 2004 Top

Mcse >> MSCE on 2003 > I don't know what to say guys - it seems a legitimate post recieves a lot
of
> backlash here - so instead of reading through hundreds of posts, I was
> hoping for someone who was just willing to help a little - my apologies
for
> the inconvenience

Any mastering book by Mark Minasi.



 
 
Ian





PostPosted: Tue Jun 22 21:11:41 CDT 2004 Top

Mcse >> MSCE on 2003 Thanks


> > I don't know what to say guys - it seems a legitimate post recieves a
lot
> of
> > backlash here - so instead of reading through hundreds of posts, I was
> > hoping for someone who was just willing to help a little - my apologies
> for
> > the inconvenience
>
> Any mastering book by Mark Minasi.
>
>
>


 
 
The





PostPosted: Wed Jun 23 03:23:09 CDT 2004 Top

Mcse >> MSCE on 2003 Tried technet, msdn, the resource kits & other product
documentation????

BTW, most of the non-certification mspress books tend to be good.

On Tue, 22 Jun 2004 20:02:49 -0300, "Ian McCulloch"


>I don't know what to say guys - it seems a legitimate post recieves a lot of
>backlash here - so instead of reading through hundreds of posts, I was
>hoping for someone who was just willing to help a little - my apologies for
>the inconvenience
>
>


>> Guys
>>
>> I was out to the Microsoft site and the reviews on the MS Press stuff is
>not
>> that great
>>
>> Any recommendations on good solid technical manuals that get you into the
>> product to prepare for exams?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Ian
>>
>>
>


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Daniel





PostPosted: Thu Jun 24 12:15:16 CDT 2004 Top

Mcse >> MSCE on 2003 I usually like Sybex books better than MS books for certification. I do
agree with The Poster... that MS' non-cert books are good -- at least those
I have read.

dwilson


> I don't know what to say guys - it seems a legitimate post recieves a lot
of
> backlash here - so instead of reading through hundreds of posts, I was
> hoping for someone who was just willing to help a little - my apologies
for
> the inconvenience
>
>


> > Guys
> >
> > I was out to the Microsoft site and the reviews on the MS Press stuff is
> not
> > that great
> >
> > Any recommendations on good solid technical manuals that get you into
the
> > product to prepare for exams?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Ian
> >
> >
>
>