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  • I have just past my first Microsoft exam (70 620)

    Looking at my Microsoft Certified Professional Transcript it only shows the 70-620 and not my Comptia A+ & N+ is this correct or should it show them aswell?

    Thanks
    Tuesday, July 14, 2009 3:10 PM

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  • From the CompTIA Website:

    How do I submit my credentials towards MCSA to Microsoft?
    Microsoft accepts the combination of CompTIA A+ with either CompTIA Network+
    or CompTIA Server+ as an elective for the Microsoft Certified System
    Administrator (MCSA) certification program. In addition, Microsoft accepts
    CompTIA Security+ as an elective for both the MCSA and the Microsoft
    Certified System Engineer (MCSE) certifications, and as a specialization
    option for the MCSA: Security and MCSE: Security certifications.
    1. Take at least one Microsoft MCSA on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 exam or
    Windows 2000 exam to obtain your MCP identification number (MCP ID). You must
    have your MCP ID number to apply your CompTIA credentials towards MCSA
    certification. Your MCP ID number is provided to you by e-mail after you take
    a Microsoft exam, regardless of whether you passed or failed the exam. You
    can also contact a Microsoft Regional Education Service Center for
    assistance.

    2. In order to submit your CompTIA certifications to Microsoft you will need
    to do the following: Log into your CompTIA record at
    www.comptia.org/careerid. If you are a first time user, you will need to
    create a user name and password before you can access the database and you
    will need to have your score report available. If you do not have a copy of
    your score report, please contact the test delivery provider that you used to
    take your exam. They will either mail you a copy of your score report or
    e-mail the information to you. The test vendors’ telephone numbers are the
    following: VUE: 1-877-551-7587 and Prometric: 1-800-776-4276.
    3. Once you have logged into your record you will need to click on “publish
    credentials” and send your A+ and Network+ or Server+ for MCSA or Security+
    for MCSE to: MCPHelp@microsoft.com. You will need to provide your MCP ID# in
    the text field of the validation form. You MUST use this “publish
    credentials” feature to validate your certifications to Microsoft. DO NOT
    send them an e-mail directly. Only by using this validation process will they
    accept your certification information. If you have any questions please
    contact Microsoft at 1-800-636-7544.

    Hope this is helpful.
    Rubel Khan - MY BLOG!
    • Proposed as answer by Rubel Khan Tuesday, July 14, 2009 3:44 PM
    • Marked as answer by Cyrus01 Monday, July 20, 2009 10:04 AM
    Tuesday, July 14, 2009 3:44 PM

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  • CompTIA isn't connected with the MCP transcript, or the Microsoft certifications, so they won't show up.
    Tuesday, July 14, 2009 3:18 PM
    Answerer
  • From the CompTIA Website:

    How do I submit my credentials towards MCSA to Microsoft?
    Microsoft accepts the combination of CompTIA A+ with either CompTIA Network+
    or CompTIA Server+ as an elective for the Microsoft Certified System
    Administrator (MCSA) certification program. In addition, Microsoft accepts
    CompTIA Security+ as an elective for both the MCSA and the Microsoft
    Certified System Engineer (MCSE) certifications, and as a specialization
    option for the MCSA: Security and MCSE: Security certifications.
    1. Take at least one Microsoft MCSA on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 exam or
    Windows 2000 exam to obtain your MCP identification number (MCP ID). You must
    have your MCP ID number to apply your CompTIA credentials towards MCSA
    certification. Your MCP ID number is provided to you by e-mail after you take
    a Microsoft exam, regardless of whether you passed or failed the exam. You
    can also contact a Microsoft Regional Education Service Center for
    assistance.

    2. In order to submit your CompTIA certifications to Microsoft you will need
    to do the following: Log into your CompTIA record at
    www.comptia.org/careerid. If you are a first time user, you will need to
    create a user name and password before you can access the database and you
    will need to have your score report available. If you do not have a copy of
    your score report, please contact the test delivery provider that you used to
    take your exam. They will either mail you a copy of your score report or
    e-mail the information to you. The test vendors’ telephone numbers are the
    following: VUE: 1-877-551-7587 and Prometric: 1-800-776-4276.
    3. Once you have logged into your record you will need to click on “publish
    credentials” and send your A+ and Network+ or Server+ for MCSA or Security+
    for MCSE to: MCPHelp@microsoft.com. You will need to provide your MCP ID# in
    the text field of the validation form. You MUST use this “publish
    credentials” feature to validate your certifications to Microsoft. DO NOT
    send them an e-mail directly. Only by using this validation process will they
    accept your certification information. If you have any questions please
    contact Microsoft at 1-800-636-7544.

    Hope this is helpful.
    Rubel Khan - MY BLOG!
    • Proposed as answer by Rubel Khan Tuesday, July 14, 2009 3:44 PM
    • Marked as answer by Cyrus01 Monday, July 20, 2009 10:04 AM
    Tuesday, July 14, 2009 3:44 PM
  • Didn't know that.  Good to know.
    Tuesday, July 14, 2009 3:57 PM
    Answerer
  • Thanks for the quick relpy. I did read some thing about being able to do it but i would of never figured that out for myself.

    I have sent of the form so lets see how we go.

    Well the info was updated within 24 hours , so thats the way to do it.

    Cheers
    • Marked as answer by Cyrus01 Monday, July 20, 2009 10:04 AM
    • Unmarked as answer by Cyrus01 Monday, July 20, 2009 10:04 AM
    • Proposed as answer by amal azeddine Friday, September 18, 2009 11:15 PM
    Tuesday, July 14, 2009 4:02 PM