ComputerWorld: Microsoft extends availability of NT 4.0 exam
Dec 29, 2000, 18:21 (6 Talkback[s])
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"IT professionals trying to take Microsoft Corp.'s Windows
NT 4.0 certification exam prior to the Dec. 31 deadline have been
given a slight reprieve. Microsoft extended the availability
of the exams until Feb. 28 to accommodate candidates who
are having trouble scheduling tests..."
"The company also is creating a new certification exam to test
the skills needed to maintain a Windows NT Server 4.0 network. The
new exam also tests skills required to perform incremental upgrades
to Windows 2000 servers."
"IT pros who earned MCSE certification or Microsoft Certified
Data Administrator certification in the Windows NT 4.0 track must
upgrade to the respective Windows 2000 track by the end of next
year to retain their certification. The MCSE credential based on
the existing NT 4.0 exam expires at the end of 2001."