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I've recently ran into a problem with my current major which is Cisco Network Associate. I may not be able to complete the requirements for this degree as it requires I drive several hours away. My other options are Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer or Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator. What are the major differences of these two? What kind of jobs? Which one allows for a more advancement in a career? Would the trouble of moving or commuting to get to the Cisco classes be worth it over these two options? I plan on going into network security after I graduate and move on to a 4 year university. Which one would be better for that? Anything else you might think I should know? If theres a website you know of that offers the information I'm looking for please link it.

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Wikipedia: Microsoft Certified Professional
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