November 2001 - Tough Training—Boot Camp-Style
Inside an MCSE boot camp. Plus: Win2K backup software reviewed; administering Active Directory; Windows XP from the ground up.
Going to a boot camp is one way to get Windows 2000-certified. But is that the best way? An MCP Magazine editor does the computer equivalent of Parris Island and reports from the front lines.
With the drop in hard drive prices, many system administrators are faced with more data to back up than before.
The latest in backup software handles the complexity of Windows 2000.
If you're going to put out the time and money to take a technical course, make sure you do the learning job right.
Readers speak up to tell us about their training experiences—the good and the bad.
One of Active Directory’s coolest features is the ability to delegate administration in an extremely granular way. This guide shows you how.
Schools, training centers, and other organizations are working with the VA to help U.S. veterans get the necessary tools you need to become active in the IT workforce.
IT experts who maintain Web applications using Application Center 2000 will be able to test their AppCenter savvy beginning Nov. 27, 2001.
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
Fate always has its finger in our lives, doesn’t it?
Live from New York, it's Bill Gates and Windows XP.
Microsoft acknowledges tidbits of information on three new developer exams at Professional Developer Conference in Los Angeles.
Microsoft's certification and skills assessment group rewrites exam policy, allowing MCSE on Windows 2000 candidates to count formerly retired exams as valid electives.
First exam for newest operating system now available.
ENTmag.com: Gartner predicts follow-up to Windows .NET Server may arrive on shelves after 2003.
Enter MCP Magazine’s “Guess-The-Number-Of-MCSEs” contest, and you could win seven exam vouchers to achieve your next certification!
The Code Red virus, which did a Tony Soprano on Microsoft Internet Server boxes around the world, may actually end up doing more good than harm.
Microsoft rethinks Windows Activation Procedure feature in Windows XP.