vendredi 1 août 2008 14:28Hi All,
I have a question about the MCTS: Business Desktop Deployment, which is exam 70-642. Microsoft seem to have two names for the course MCTS: Business Desktop Deployment and MCTS: Deploying and Maintaining Windows Vista Client and 2007 Microsoft Office System Desktops
Can anyone tell me what the official certification is after passing the 70-624.
I know its a bit picky but i'm trying to build a MCTS info site and would really help me if you can point me in the right direction.
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vendredi 1 août 2008 15:50Auteur de réponseThough the exams are under different names if you look at the section "Credit Towards Certification" the name of the certification is both the same on each of those pages. The official cert name is:
MCTS: Business Desktop Deployment
Sometimes pages are written at different times by different people. I would always look to use the newer pages as determined by updated date at the top of the page.
the most current page in this case is : http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/exams/70-624.mspx from Feb 29th, 2008 while the other pages was Oct 2007.
samedi 2 août 2008 12:44Auteur de réponseThe actual wording on my Certification and Transcript is:
Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Business Desktop Deployment with the BDD
Stephen Charles Rea [MCT] askthemct.com
- Marqué comme réponse .revEditor samedi 2 août 2008 12:44
lundi 4 août 2008 15:04As .rev has pointed out, the official name is Buseinss Desktop Deployment with the BDD. The reason that you see conflicting names for this is that the name was changed during the development lifecycle. Resources developed during the beginning of the cycle carry one name, resources developed later carry another.
For all intents and purposes, the title really indicates the same thing. Business Desktop Deployment simply means the methods and technologies which enable a corporation to deploy the Windows and Office platforms using the BDD solution accelerators.
The honest truth here is that the "correct" title does not matter much for these purposes, either way.
- Wayne S. Anderson MCITP, MCSE, MCT http://blog.avanadeadvisor.com/blogs/waynea