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I started in April 1997 with NT Workstation 3.51 and in September 1997 I passed my seventh one Administration on MS SQL 6.5.
Then it took a long while of working in job until I had the time to pass my next two
exams in June 1998.
So good luck for everybody.
Because I know that all these exams aren't to easy, I'd like to give you a hand in passing it and show you some useful
And Tests, but remember: Use these Tests at the end of your study to know where you have problems. Don't take the test again and again until you get 1000 points.
If you do it this way you will probably never get an MCSE.
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If you like, you could visit my other pages as well, but they are all in german and most of them about german soccer results.
The Starting page
My soccer page
Since 97/08/21 you're the
Any Questions, Comments or new links:
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||Implementing and Supporting Microsoft® Windows NT Workstation 3.51
||Implementing and Supporting Microsoft® Windows NT Server 3.51
||Implementing and Supporting Microsoft® Windows®95
||Implementing and Supporting Microsoft® Systems Management Server 1.0
||Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Exchange Server 4.0
||System Administration of Microsoft® SQL Server 6.5
||Implementing and Supporting NT Server 4.0
||Implementing and Supporting NT Server 4.0 in the Enterprise
Tests for Download and Online:
Microsoft Exam Information with Info's like
Number of Questions, Passing Score, Allowed Time
The best collection of hints and links at
At HardcoreMCSE you'll find a lot.
Brian Talberts site with Study notes for TCP/IP, IIS, SQL and IE
Lots of links at Victor Dubin's site
Some Questions for Internet Information Server
Diskussions at Saluki, for the last one you have to become a member
Hints and maybe some questions for
Exchange 4.0 and
NT 4.0 and you may order some others
Kris Krake has some hints and links for the Core, TCP/IP and SQL
At Cramsession you get tips for the Core and most of the elective exams
The MCP Magazin Here you got some information for MCP's and
useful corners for almost every MCP exam!
Wang Wei's MCP/MCSE Links a collection of questions, hints and links
If you are already a MCP
you can try these at Microsoft
Becoming an MCSE with Dale Hackmeyer for Core and TCP/IP
MCP Forum at Fun Technology for NT Server and TCP/IP
Trainingdumps from Patrick de Boer for Core and TCP/IP
Network Inforamtion Center for Core, IIS and Exchange
At NT Systems you get Tips for Core, Exchange, IIS, SQL
I hope I have the time to put more of my own hints later on here.
NT Server 4.0 / NT Server 4.0 in the Enterprise:
For me (I am working with NT 4.0 for more than one year) the NT Server 4.0 seemed to be pretty easy. No suprising or confusing questions.
If you have some good book (best the original MOC) then you will not have much problems. But only if you either work with NT for a while or
you have learned for all the core exams.
The Enterprise exam was a little bit harder. Not only the higher score, also the scenario questions, where you don't know what the question is, when you are
at the end of the answers. So my advise leave these scenario questions until the end. Mark them and come back when you are finished with the others.
Also know trust relationships, and what rigths an user has when he is in several groups - together almost one of three questions.
Administration SQL 6.5:
1. I can only recommend to anyone, who wants to pass SQL exam: Know every (and I mean every) TransSQL statement and know if there are possible parameters for it. Use books online, that you can install with SQL Server.
2. There were always questions of that kind, that you get a scenario and a solution
and you have to decide which of the following is correct:
- a) This is an outstanding solution.
- b) This is a very good solution.
- c) This is a solution and might work.
- d) It seems to work, but it doesn't work.
- e) It doesn't work.
They seem very unfair cause I don't know the big difference between an outstanding and a very good solution. And what does it look like if something seems to work, but doesn't work.
In my opinion - and I also asked some other SQL MCSE's - the solution is either the first one if it works or the last one if it doesn't work.
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