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Accelerated Win2K Exam Live on June 30

Good news for those who want to cut a quick path through to the Windows 2000 MCSE Track: Microsoft will be releasing the Windows 2000 Accelerated Exam (70-240) on June 30.

Good news for those who want to cut a quick path through to the Windows 2000 MCSE Track: Microsoft will be releasing the Windows 2000 Accelerated Exam (70-240) on June 30. The exam is free to those who have passed all three NT 4.0 exams, but can only be taken once. Those who fail the exam will be required to take four core exams under the new Win2K MCSE track. The exam will be available until the end of next year, December 31, 2001.

Qualifying Windows NT 4.0 MCSE candidates can get a voucher for the free exam by contacting Microsoft; for details, go to http://www.microsoft.com/trainingandservices/default.asp?PageID=mcp&PageCall=faq&SubSite=cert/mcse&AnnMenu=mcse#2title. Registration for the exam starts June 26.

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