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Today at 4 pm Pacific! "Win2K Foundations" Chat with Harry Brelsford

Join Harry Brelsford today, August 10, at 4 pm Pacific for a chat on implementing Windows 2000 and certification.

Need to brush up on your Win2K implementation and administration skills? Then put together a list of questions and join Harry Brelsford, MCSE, MCT, for this live, one-hour "Windows 2000 Foundation" chat, in which he'll be on hand to take on your technical AND exam questions.

The chat takes place in the #PA1 room this Thursday, August 10, at 4 p.m. Pacific (Los Angeles) time; to figure the time difference in your location, go to http://www.cnn.com/WEATHER/worldtime.

Before you join the chat, be sure to read Harry's latest column, "Keeping Your Win2K Server Happy," now online at http://www.mcpmag.com/members/00aug/oe1main.asp.

Remember, participants can win MCP Magazine stuff and self-study products during the chat. For rules, details on how to join the chat, and chat transcripts, go to http://www.mcpmag.com/2000chat.asp.

Also, be sure to check the chat schedule for a series of Windows 2000 core exam chats to be hosted by Online Chat Editor Andy Barkl, MCSE+I, MCT, in the next few weeks.

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