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MCSE on Win2K for MCT 2002 Deadline Extended

Microsoft has extended the Dec. 31, 2001 deadline for MCTs to achieve a premium certification to May 1, 2002, based on requests from MCTs and Microsoft CTECs.

When Microsoft backed off on its original plans to decertify thousands of MCSEs on the NT 4.0 track, Microsoft had to redefine one requirement for the MCT 2002 program -- to achieve the MCSE on Windows 2000 by Dec. 31, 2001. According to information published on the company's MCT Secure Web site, just recently Microsoft has extended that deadline to May 1, 2002, which the company says is "based on requests from MCTs and Microsoft CTECs who have asked for more time."

MCTs can get more information by visiting the MCT Secure Web site at https://partnering.one.microsoft.com/MCT/; an MCP ID is required to gain access to that URL.

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Michael Domingo has held several positions at 1105 Media, and is currently the editor in chief of Visual Studio Magazine.

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