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Microsoft Win2K Exam Titles Debut

Microsoft Press adds four core exam titles with CD reference libraries.

Microsoft Press announced the following self-paced training kits for the Win2K MCSE core exams. The kits include text- and CD-based tutorials, exercises, and end-of-chapter review questions. A digital reference library, which incorporates the “Microsoft Encyclopedia of Networking,” is also included.

  • MCSE Training Kit Premium Edition: Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional/Exam 70-210, ISBN 0-7356-1385-0, $99.99, 1,088 pages with four CDs.
  • MCSE Training Kit Premium Edition: Microsoft Windows 2000 Server/Exam 70-215, ISBN 0-7356-1386-9, $99.99, 1,408 pages with four CDs.
  • MCSE Training Kit Premium Edition: Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure Administration/Exam 70-216, ISBN 0-7356-1388-5, $99.99, 768 pages with four CDs.
  • MCSE Training Kit Premium Edition: Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory Services/Exam 70-217, ISBN 0-7356-1387-7, $99.99, 1,024 pages with four CDs.

Microsoft Press, Redmond, Washington, http://mspress.microsoft.com.

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