Hi, I'm interested in obtaining a 2003 MCSE. Is there a chronological order I should take/study for the exam? I know that 70-290 should be the first, but what's next? Is there some courses that build on the concepts of other courses? Any hint on how you MCSE approached this would be great.

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For MCSE Windows 2003 family you must pass seven exams including one client OS exam (win xp or win 2000) and three network OS exams, one design exam and two electives ....

so most probably you should be starting the client OS first .... Windows XP 70-270. You can find more detailed information about MCSE on microsoft website.

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I moved the thread here. The loung is the best place for the topic.

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