MCSE: Server Infrastructure – Windows Server 2012

MCSE Server Infrastructure on Windows Server 2012 Overview

Gaining your MCSE Server Infrastructure certification in Windows Sever 2012 will open up a world of opportunities in your IT career. This certification is globally recognized by IT professionals and certifies your competence in designing and engineering Windows Server 2012 infrastructure, as well as all facets of Windows Server 2012 administration. The MCSE certification is ideal for people looking for a career in a System Engineer, Administrator or Support role.

To gain MCSE:SI certification you will need to sit the 5 exams below and achieve scores of at least 700 in each.

  • Exam  70-410 MCP: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012
  • Exam  70-411 MCP: Administering Windows Server 2012
  • Exam  70-412 MCP: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services
  • Exam 70-413 MCSE: Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure
  • Exam 70-414 MCSE: Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure

The Windows 2012 MCSE Server Infrastructure certification builds on knowledge and skills already attained by achieving a MCSA: Windows Server 2012 certification which is gained by passing the first three exams 70-410, 70-411 and 70-412. The final two exams 70-413 and 70-414 upgrades your certification from MCSA to MCSE.

Ideally before study for the MCSE Server Infrastructure certification you will already have exposure to these Window Server technologies in an entry level IT role, or a school/home lab environment. The syllabus for each exam is clearly outlined by Microsoft and usually covered in great depth in a number of study guides. Using the Microsoft Press Exam Ref series of study guides will get your learning off in the right direction.

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