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Microsoft announced changes to the Microsoft Certified Master program for Exchange Server 2010 to make it more accessible to IT professionals.
Exchange 2010 design and deployment skills are important for everyone, even those IT pros who are maintaining an established Exchange 2010 environment. Here's how I got the skills and passed the exam with flying colors.
Exchange Server skills have been in strong demand for a very long time. There are a few reasons for this, firstly that Microsoft Exchange Server is the leading messaging and collaboration product in the IT industry today. The other reason is that while a lot of people know a little about Exchange, not many have a real in-depth understanding of it.
I’ve sat and passed Microsoft exam 70-662, which earns you the MCTS credential for configuring Exchange Server 2010. When I sat the exam I had been using Exchange 2010 already, and was writing about it here on this website, but I still wanted to make sure I had all of the exam requirements covered.
To prepare for the exam I used the Exchange Server 2010 training kit from Train Signal. There were a few strong points about this training package that attracted me.
First, the training kit includes video, audio and written lessons. This was perfect for me because it meant I could watch the videos while I was at a computer, then listen to the lessons on my iPod when I was driving or taking the train to work.
I also knew that the lessons would be first class because they are written and delivered by Exchange MVP J Peter Bruzzese.
When I ordered the kit I actually started working through the lessons before the DVDs had arrived at my house thanks to the instant online access you’re given to the videos.
I was really impressed by the depth of coverage of the lessons. Even though I’d already been working with Exchange 2010 there were some concepts that I hadn’t yet looked at, and some of the ones I had only gone a little way into on my own.
For me this kind of training has real value. I don’t have a lot of free time, and even though I like self-training and discovering how to use technology on my own, when it comes to exam preparation I want to get ready fast and know that I’ve covered everything that I need to know.
By the way, I scored 978 on the exam, so I know this training helped.
If you want to pass exam 70-662 order the Train Signal Exchange Server 2010 training kit.
You can also get free beginner’s training on Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 in the Exchange 2010 Boot Camp.