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Windows 2000 Exams Surfacing Early?

Testers who sat through beta versions of Windows 2000 certification exams have begun receiving their test results. Among them: 70-216 Win2K Networking and 70-210 Win2K Pro.

Testers who sat through beta versions of Windows 2000 certification exams have begun receiving their test results. Among the results released: 70-216, Implementing and Administering a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure; and 70-210, Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional. Historically, once Microsoft lets testers know whether they’ve passed or failed a particular beta exam, the live exam appears shortly after. Currently, Microsoft’s Web site says that the bulk of Win2K tests will appear during July. Could this herald early arrival of some of those exams--possibly as soon as June?

To stay on top of the release of Win2K tests, visit Microsoft’s exam information page at http://www.microsoft.com/mcp/examinfo/exams.htm.
--Dian Schaffhauser, Executive Editor

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