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how to login id mcsa certification

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  •  i am umakant saroj i wan tknown about mcse ceritfication.

     how to check mcsa  id is valid

    plz send whole process for

    Friday, February 18, 2011 7:10 AM

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  • Hi, umakant saroj.

    The MCSE certifications are being phased out in favor of the new MCTS and MCITP certification titles for Windows administrators. You'll probably want to upgrade to those certification titles.

    I am an MCSA, just like you. However, because I am an MCSA on Windows 2000, there is no upgrade path for me. But if you are an MCSA for Windows 2003, you can upgrade to MCITP for Windows 2008 by passing two exams. Learn more here: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/certification/mcsa.aspx#tab4

    Note that if you want the old Windows 2003 MCSE, many of the required exams have been retired (no longer offered) by Microsoft. Check out the requirements here: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/certification/mcse.aspx#certification2

    Since you have passed at least one Microsoft exam, you are an Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP). You can verify your current certifications by logging into the private MCP member site with your Live ID login account (maybe your Hotmail account?). Try logging in here: https://mcp.microsoft.com/mcp/ Once you are logged in, on the left side, click the link reading, "View Your Transcript".

    Good luck on your certification goals!

    Best wishes,
    Davin Mickelson

     

    Saturday, April 02, 2011 6:44 PM
  • Since you have passed at least one Microsoft exam, you are an Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP). You can verify your current certifications by logging into the private MCP member site with your Live ID login account (maybe your Hotmail account?). Try logging in here: https://mcp.microsoft.com/mcp/ Once you are logged in, on the left side, click the link reading, "View Your Transcript".

    Note, however, that this will only work if you have previously associated your MCP ID with that Live ID. The instructions for doing this association should have been included in the welcome eMail that you received after you passed your first exam. If you have lost those instructions, you can fix it by means of a phone call to your Regional Service Center.

    Saturday, April 02, 2011 6:52 PM

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  • Hi, umakant saroj.

    The MCSE certifications are being phased out in favor of the new MCTS and MCITP certification titles for Windows administrators. You'll probably want to upgrade to those certification titles.

    I am an MCSA, just like you. However, because I am an MCSA on Windows 2000, there is no upgrade path for me. But if you are an MCSA for Windows 2003, you can upgrade to MCITP for Windows 2008 by passing two exams. Learn more here: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/certification/mcsa.aspx#tab4

    Note that if you want the old Windows 2003 MCSE, many of the required exams have been retired (no longer offered) by Microsoft. Check out the requirements here: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/certification/mcse.aspx#certification2

    Since you have passed at least one Microsoft exam, you are an Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP). You can verify your current certifications by logging into the private MCP member site with your Live ID login account (maybe your Hotmail account?). Try logging in here: https://mcp.microsoft.com/mcp/ Once you are logged in, on the left side, click the link reading, "View Your Transcript".

    Good luck on your certification goals!

    Best wishes,
    Davin Mickelson

     

    Saturday, April 02, 2011 6:44 PM
  • Since you have passed at least one Microsoft exam, you are an Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP). You can verify your current certifications by logging into the private MCP member site with your Live ID login account (maybe your Hotmail account?). Try logging in here: https://mcp.microsoft.com/mcp/ Once you are logged in, on the left side, click the link reading, "View Your Transcript".

    Note, however, that this will only work if you have previously associated your MCP ID with that Live ID. The instructions for doing this association should have been included in the welcome eMail that you received after you passed your first exam. If you have lost those instructions, you can fix it by means of a phone call to your Regional Service Center.

    Saturday, April 02, 2011 6:52 PM