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Win2K Exams Go Live Earlier Than Expected

Microsoft will release four Win2K exams a month ahead of schedule.

As we reported last week, Microsoft will begin rolling out four of its highly anticipated Windows 2000 exams this month. It will make an official announcement of the exams' releases during the company's annual TechEd event being held this week in Orlando, Florida. The first four exams and release dates, are as follows:

Release
Exam
June 8
70-216 Implementing, Administering a Windows 2000 Network
June 13
70-219 Designing Windows 2000 Directory Services
June 15
70-210 Windows 2000 Professional
June 22
70-215 Windows 2000 Server

Registration dates for these exams and tentative live dates for the rest of the Windows 2000 exams will also be announced during the event. Also check Microsoft's MCP Web site at http://www.microsoft.com/mcp for more information and details about each exam.

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