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New IE 5.0 Admin Kit Exam To Debut Soon

The beta version of the IE 5.0 Admin Kit exam (70-080) will be available for testing from November 22 to December 12.

The Implementing and Supporting Internet Explorer 5.0 using the Internet Explorer Administration Kit (70-080, or 71-080 while in beta) will be beta tested November 22 to December 12, with registration beginning October 29, and availability at select Sylvan and VUE testing centers. The exam counts as an elective in the MCSE+Internet track. Candidates who pass the beta will receive two free exam vouchers.

For more information about exam objectives, voucher availability and expirations, and testing centers, go to http://www.microsoft.com/mcp/exam/stat/SP70-080.htm.

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