Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator or M.C.S.A.

The Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) certification Program helps to validate an individual's ability to manage and troubleshoot network environments based on the Windows Server 2003 operating system. As an alternative to the electives on the M.C.S.A., electives like table, certifications or certification combination may substitute as M.C.S.A. electives. For example, CompTIA A+ and Network+ together or CompTIA A+ and Server+ together can be credited and substituted as an elective through a Microsoft and CompTIA partnership agreement. An individual may also substitute Security+ alone, which counts for the elective and one of two exams for the "Security Specialization." Security+ counts for M.C.S.A. 2003 and M.C.S.E. 2003. This is just one of the cost effective ways for earning an M.C.S.A., if candidates are already certified in other areas of the Certification program.

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