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I passed my CCA cert exam this weekend!

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by Chesafreak, Apr 16, 2012.

  1. On Saturday morning, I passed my Citrix Certified Administrator for XenApp (Server 2008) exam. :supergrin:

    Next up is CCA for Access Gateway Ent Edition, then CCA for Netscaler. I already went through the training classes for those exams. Then I will tackle the more advanced Citrix certs.
     

  2. I was looking into the next higher level cert and was upset to see that Citrix requires a five-day training course as a prerequisite. Grrrrrr.
     
  3. BuckeyePPC

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    I just passed my CEH, Certified Ethical Hacker, cert. EC-Council really wants you to take their training but does allow self study if you submit eligibility forms, signed statement from your supervisor and as many documents as needed to prove you have the experience. I sent in a boatload of earned certs proving I had the knowledge and supervisor signed form telling them I had the 2 years experience. Maybe you can do something similar.
     
  4. Congrats on your CEH cert!

    I talked to my boss who said they will send me to the CCAA course sometime later this year or early next. Instead of working on the CCAA, I'm now studying for CCA for AGEE. I've already been promised the course for CCA for Netscaler this FY. By the time I get the training course required for CCAA, I should already have CCA's for XenApp, AGEE, and Netscaler.

    I have considered getting the CEH cert as well. I have a degree in Networking and Security Management and 5 years of work experience in network security. My employer moved me from managing the network and firewalls to Citrix systems, so I got off the security cert track. I already have the Security+ cert.
     
  5. BuckeyePPC

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    Thanks. 10 years ago I promised I wouldn't get on the cert hamster wheel again but what are you gonna do ? You gotta stay employable and, for me, stay up with all the youngsters in the field now. With Security+ and CEH I only want to take 1 more security test and that's CISSP but that'll probably be next year. Congrats on all yours and good luck.
     
  6. Sammael

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  7. I asked for opinions on Pass4sure. Once I found out that it was a braindump and that braindumps are illegal, I decided not to buy it or use any other braindump. Big ASSumption you made there. What I did use was the student guide I had from back when I took the Citrix course.
     
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  8. Sammael

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    Gee, that's funny. If you were going to pass via a student guide and actual hard work, why would you post a few weeks back regarding Citrix dumps from Pass4sure?

    Nice backpedal, but "I need input on Pass4sure for an exam in a few weeks", and "I know it's a braindump", leading into a post two weeks later, (obviously looking for congratulations and a pat on the back) stating you passed a Citrix exam, when that's exactly what you posted about in the Pass4sure thread...

    Yes, you're right. It's all a big coincidence.

    My apologies. I'm sure you worked very hard to pass this exam.

    :upeyes:

    Justify it all you like, but passing via a dump doesn't deserve accolades. But again, I'm sure this is all a big coincidence, and my "assumptions" are at fault.

    Enjoy your 'hard-earned' success, and take pride in knowing you didn't stoop to the level of using a dump to score a quick (yet hollow) victory... I mean, you'd never do that, now would you?

    :whistling:
     
  9. Sammael

    Sammael Ich tu dir Weh.

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    Might I refer you to the first line of this post, where you said you already knew it was a dump..?

    http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/showpost.php?p=18799668&postcount=10

    Oh, please. Anyone who has been in IT past their A+ Cert knows dumps are illegal.

    Your stories are conflicting and starting to unravel. Maybe best to quit while you're still ahead(?).
     

  10. I had misplaced my Citrix student guides. They were boxed up and misplaced after my recent move. I didn't have anything else to study so I was looking at Pass4sure. When I posted that thread, I didn't yet know that braindumps are illegal. Once the thread got locked and it was explained to my why braindumps are illegal, I chose not to use one. So, I went through my storage unit and found my Citrix student guides and used those. I realize that this looked like too big of a coincidence for you to believe. But I really don't care what you think. I know that I passed and was not using anything other than my official student guide and the XenApp admin guide. ASSume all you want.