My Last Exam (for at least a month)

June 30, 2008

Categories: Lists, Life , Tags: Software, Exam

Woo hoo!

I've just passed my Microsoft 070-299 (opens new window): Implementing and Administering Security in a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network exam, which is the last exam I'll be taking until after Karen has left for England at the end of July. With this exam, I am now MCSA + Security certified. This complements the other Microsoft, Linux, NetApp, etc exams I have taken in the last few months.

Without further ado, it's time to boast! Here's a full listing of my qualifications:

  • DCSE (Dell Certified Systems Expert)
  • LPIC-1 (LPI Linux Level 1 Certified)
  • LPIC-2 (LPI Linux Level 2 Certified)
  • UCP (Ubuntu Certified Professional)
  • RCST (RightFax Certified Support Technician)
  • ITIL Foundation (ITIL Foundation Certified)
  • TCSE (Trend Micro Certified Security Expert)
  • TCSR (Trend Micro Certified Sales Representative)
  • MCP: Clustering (Microsoft Certified Professional - Clustering on Server 2000)
  • MCP: XP (Microsoft Certified Professional - Windows XP)
  • MCDST: XP (Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician - Windows XP)
  • MCITP: Vista (Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional - Vista)
  • MCTS: Vista (Microsoft Certified Vista Technical Specialist)
  • MCTS: SQL 2005 (Microsoft Certified SQL 2005 Technical Specialist)
  • MCSA 2003 + Security (Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator with Security)
  • W3C HTML (W3C Certified HTML Developer)
  • ASAP (NetApp Accredited Storage Architect Professional)
  • NCDA (NetApp Certified Data Management Administrator)

Next up (in August) are my CCNA, CCNP, NCIE and MCSE qualifications. The Cisco stuff is going to be a lot of work as I have no experience of Cisco administration.