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High-Level Security Exam In Beta

Microsoft puts Exam 70-298 through its paces with beta testers the week of Oct. 6.

Microsoft Learning is expected to beta test Exam 70-298, Designing Security for a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network from Oct. 6 to Oct. 10. The exam, numbered 71-298 while in beta, is available for free only to qualified candidates and can be taken at selected Prometric and Pearson Vue testing centers.

Exam 70-298 is a high-level, design-oriented exam that counts toward the prescribed exams under the MCSE: Security specialization. (For related information on the security specializations, see "Microsoft Announces New Version of Security Specialist Titles" in the News Archive, or click here.)

To read the 70-298 exam objectives guide, click here. To read more about taking beta exams, click here.

Microsoft Learning lists a training course for preparing for this security exam, 2830: Designing Security for Microsoft Networks. It's a three-day, instructor-led course that is available at many CTECs worldwide. To read the syllabus, click here.

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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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