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MCSE Private Cloud Expiration RRS feed

  • Question

  • Morning All,

    I was wondering if you could point me in the right direction regarding my MCSE Private Cloud exam? 

    Today I logged into my MCP account to notice that my MCSE Private Cloud exam and certification is no longer on my transcript, and I realised that it had expired a month or two ago. I knew that this would expire at some point, so decided to book the recertification exam to bring it back into date. However, the website is saying that I am not eligible to book it. 

    How do I go about re-certifying in this exam? Someone has said I need to redo the full track, which seems stupidly. Especially as I haven't been notified that it was coming up for renewal?

    Thanks

    Paul 


    Kind Regards, Paul Sanders | MCSE PC | MCITP EA, VA | MCTS SCCM/SCOM | My Blog: http://tameyourcloud.com

    Wednesday, November 11, 2015 8:59 AM

Answers

  • Basically you need to take the Recertification exam before it expires (check the date on your transcript). If you do that, it will renew your MCSE. If you don't do it in time, it will remove it completely from your transcript. As this doesn't show any more, you are unable to book the recertification exam. The only way to get it back is to redo the exams to upgrade your MCSA. HOWEVER, there is a software update in Jan 2016 to the MCP portal that will change the status to 'inactive' and will allow you to recertify. 

    Kind Regards, Paul Sanders | MCSE PC | MCITP EA, VA | MCTS SCCM/SCOM | My Blog: http://tameyourcloud.com

    Wednesday, November 11, 2015 10:24 AM