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NGR: MCSE Study Group

Discussion in 'Bluegrass Glockers' started by domzilla9, Jul 30, 2007.

  1. domzilla9

    domzilla9 Phone Flinger

    Mar 13, 2003
    NGR = "Not Gun Related"

    I am looking for people who are interested in acquiring a MSCE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) 2003 Certification and are interested in participating in an informal study group in the Louisville, KY area.

    I have a MCSE for NT 4.0 and I need to freshen up my resume. I did my first MCSE entirely through self-study and group study with friends and co-workers. I have access to a small "lab", all of the related software and equipment. I am interested in meeting one to three times a week during lunch breaks and/or immediately after work (5pm) or on weekends to participate in the study group. I am currently studying for the second core exam 70-291 but I haven't taken the first one yet. Since I am upgrading my cert I only need to take six exams and not seven.

    I would state the requirements for the group as follows: ability to work at the pace of one exam per month, which would require some real-world IT experience. If you're looking to "get into computers" for a career change this group is probably not for you. If you've already put together at least one production network using Winders OSs and TCP/IP, you're probably good to go, assuming that your network actually worked.

    I'm strong on tcp/ip networking, vpn, ras and ipsec and MS Exchange and interoperability and so-so on active directory and Group Policies and less than so-so on the newer hardware. When I last did a lot of hardware we only had RAID 5, if that tells you anything.

    So, if you're interested, PM me. Thanks, Dom

    PS: MCSE info here
  2. 45gunner


    Jun 30, 2005

    This board is for the posting of Gun realated stuff not nerdy networking class promo.

    Real shooters don't do networks they are too busy pratcing to shoot.

    Is VPN a Virtual Pistol Network? You don't really mean IPSEC you mean IPSC right.:animlol: