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About apskallen

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  1. I've used Microsoft Security Essentials for quite some time now and must say that I like it a lot. Frequently updated, low on resources and seems to keep my computer clean. And now it's also available for users outside the US.
  2. If you plan on continue working in a support organization there are quite a few exams depending on what kind of support you work with. These are the paths: MCITP: Enterprise Desktop Support Technician 7 70-680: TS: Windows 7, Configuring 70-685: Pro: Windows 7, Enterprise Desktop Support Technician MCITP: Enterprise Desktop Administrator 7 70-680: TS: Windows 7, Configuring 70-686: Pro: Windows 7, Enterprise Desktop Administrator MCITP: Consumer Support Technician 70-620: TS: Configuring Microsoft Windows Vista Client 70-623: Pro: Microsoft Desktop Support – CONSUMER MCITP: Enterprise Support Technician 70-620: TS: Configuring Microsoft Windows Vista Client 70-622: Pro: Microsoft Desktop Support – ENTERPRISE For other tracks, like Windows Server, Exhange etc, see [Hidden Content]
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    70-646 Testlets

    Great news! Congratulations mate!
  4. apskallen

    70-646 Testlets

    Unfortunately not. However, I read that the questions for this certification recently changed so those out there would probably only give you some false hopes on passing anyway.
  5. I read this article before taking this and found it really useful. But of course, this is a subject you really need to know, you wont pass if you don't have the tru knowledge (at least until there is a valid dump out there ) [Hidden Content]
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    70-646 Testlets

    There are three testlets in this exam. Each are written scenarios of an excisting enviroment that needs to be updated concerning SLA's, servers, network, rights and software. From each scenario there are a couple of questions (~10). As far as I know, the questions concerning the testlets are all multiple choice.
  7. Those exams are for .NET 1.1, quite old in other words. You should look for the new .NET 4 certifications if you want to stay ©sharp!
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    Type of Girls

    This will make a great email to my female colleagues
  9. For those of you that are going to take more than one exam, look at this link to get a discount and free second shot: [Hidden Content]
  10. Hi everyone, I passed the 70-573 the other day with 973/100, good for me! I just want to share some experience from the test. The questions are mostly about standard SharePoint programming. Make sure you learn the Dispose pattern and when and how you dispose SPWeb and SPSite. This is a good link (MOSS 2007 but the concept is identical): [Hidden Content](office.12).aspx Be familiar with Visual Studio 2010 and how you use features and packages. Quite a few questions covered this topic. Event receivers, and all methods to override, are very good to know. Also SPWorkFlowEventReciever will be asked about. Navigation, including quick launch and ribbon menu, is an important area. SPSecurity has a lot of questions about it. Learn the areas above and I think you will pass easily. A good tip is also to look at "Skills Measured" on microsofts site, all questions are covered in those areas. Good luck! Oj, I forgot. Connected Web Parts are a major issue as well. Seems like I had 5 questions about different interfaces to implement for this.
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