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Read the Win2K-MCSE Chat Transcript Online

The transcript fo the chat with Microsoft's Certification and Skills Assessment Group has been posted online. Plus, online seminar on the Win2K-MCSE track, direct from Microsoft.

MCP Magazine has received numerous requests for the transcript of the Windows 2000-MCSE Track Certification chat with Microsoft's Certification and Skills Assessment group. It's now available for reading online or for download on the chat transcript page, http://www.mcpmag.com/2000chat_tran.asp.

In related news, Microsoft has released an online seminar presentation on the new Win2K-MCSE track's benefits. You can jump directly to "Windows 2000: A Competitive Advantage", which is a nine-minute presentation, by clicking on this link: http://www.microsoft.com/Seminar/1033/19991021WIN2KCERTBD1/Seminar.htm. The presentation gets a thumbs-down, since much of the information contained in the presentation is an obvious repackaging of information you can find at http://www.microsoft.com/mcp/certstep/mcse.htm.

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