Windows 2000 Beta Exams Schedule

During April and May, Windows 2000 beta exams will be introduced at a quickening pace.

According to Windows 2000 beta exam invitee and MCP Magazine Online Chat Editor, Andy Barkl, MCSE+Internet, MCT, the exam schedule will be quick and grueling:

  • March 23-April 5: 70-216 Implementing and Administering Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure
  • March 28-April 10: 70-210 Installing, Configuring and Administering Windows 2000
  • March 30-April 12: 70-219 Designing a Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure
  • April 4-April 17: 70-215 Installing, Configuring and Administering Windows 2000 Server
  • April 6-April 19: 70-221 Designing a Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure
  • April 11-April 24: 70-217 Implementing and Administering a Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure April 11 - April 24
  • April 13-April 26: 70-220 Designing Security for a Windows 2000 Network
  • April 21-May 4: 70-222 Upgrading from Windows NT 4.0 to Windows 2000

If you're not one of the invitees to the Windows 2000 betas (see our news item on this at, you might still find these dates relevant -- Andy Barkl, will host a one-hour chat the evening after he takes each beta exam. These chats will take place in the Club MCP area, and the schedule will be updated weekly as Andy confirms registration for each test that he takes.

To view the schedule for his chats, and to get details on joining chats, go to


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