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BeachFront Releases New Win2K Exam Preps

BeachFront Quizzer, an exam-prep company, has released five new Windows 2000 exam preps.

BeachFront Quizzer, an exam-prep company, has released five new Windows 2000 exam preps. They include:

  • BFQ 70-217, “Implement & Administer Win2K Active Directory,” one of the four core exams of the Win2K track
  • BFQ 70-219, “Design a Win2K Directory Services Infrastructure,” which measures the student’s ability to design a directory service architecture
  • BFQ 70-220, “Design Win2K Security Networks,” which gauges the skills required to design a security solution that meets business requirements
  • BFQ 70-221, “Design Win2000 Network Infrastructure,” testing the skills required to design a network infrastructure to satisfy business requirements
  • BFQ 70-222, “Design Win2K Upgrade Strategy,” which measures the student’s ability to migrate domains from Windows NT 4.0 to Win2K.

The price is $129.99 per exam.

BeachFront Quizzer Inc., Middlecreek, Texas, 888-992-3131, www.bfq.com.

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