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Migrating to Win2K Exam Delayed to December

Release of much-anticipated Win2K MCSE track elective slides a few more weeks.

According to Microsoft, the 70-222 Migrating from Windows NT 4.0 to Windows 2000 Exam has been delayed until December. A definitive date hasn't been set for its release, but Microsoft says to check the Web site for updates.

The Migrating Exam, which counts as an elective option under the new Win2K MCSE track, tests one's ability to perform domain migrations through upgrades and restructuring. You can get more exam objectives and details about this exam from Microsoft by visiting http://www.microsoft.com/trainingandservices/, then clicking on "Find Prep Guides" under the Exams option. You can also discuss the Migrating Exam in the MCPmag.com Discussion Forums at http://www.mcpmag.com/forums.

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