MCSE+Internet Contest Comes to a Close

Just one day after Microsoft mailed the official Internet Explorer Administration Kit beta exam results to test takers, our Newport Beach fax machine flooded over with entries for our MCSE+Internet giveaway. (Seems the IEAK was the last test many of you needed to get the new premium certification and to qualify for our contest.) Alas, this contest comes to a close with three quick faxers. Each will receive a fleece vest, an MCSE+I cap, and a Microsoft Press resource kit. Look for their names in “News” in the May issue. This contest may be over, but be sure to watch out for the next exciting giveaway!


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