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Amir Saleem

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Can anybody provide me the tutorial for Mcse?
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From the Wiki, key part in bold:

MCSE stands for "Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer". It is the most widely known Microsoft certification and it is available for Windows 2000 and Windows server 2003.[3] Each has a different set of examinations. MCSE qualified persons have the ability to provide business solutions by designing and implementing the required infrastructure.[citation needed] MCSE certification is useful for technical support & systems engineers, technical consultants, network and systems analysts and also for regular software engineers.

There are many ways of obtaining MCSE training, including training at local training center. MCSE training can also be done at home by CD-ROMS or through books. The courses usually have extensive content and basic tutorials can guide you to pass the examination if you have a basic knowledge of Microsoft systems.

You do realise you have to pay to take these courses? About $125. They don't get handed out like confetti at a wedding. Best contact a training centre.
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