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Limited Time: Discounts on Selected Windows 2000 Exams

All core, selected elective exams available for 25 percent off regular price until Aug. 31, 2001 (offer available worldwide).

Microsoft is offering all core and selected elective exams for the MCSE track at a 25 percent discount off the regular exam price (typically, $100 in the U.S. for the core exams) until August 31, 2001. The discount is available worldwide through Prometric and VUE testing centers worldwide and applies to the following tests:

  • 70-210 Windows 2000 Professional
  • 70-215 Windows 2000 Server
  • 70-216 Implementing a Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure
  • 70-217 Implementing a Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure
  • 70-219 Designing a Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure
  • 70-220 Designing Security for a Windows 2000 Network
  • 70-221 Designing a Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure

For more information and instructions on taking advantage of the discount, go to http://www.microsoft.com/trainingandservices/default.asp?PageID=mcp&PageCall=winoffer&SubSite=articles&AnnMenu=winoffer.

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