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#1 ahof

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Posted 22 May 2017 - 06:50 PM

Hi all I had a question about gaining the MTA certification. I'm looking at doing an MTA in IT infrastructure and I see listed on the Microsoft website there are 5 exams listed for this certification. (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/mta-it-infrastructure-certification.aspx) Exam 98-365/course 40365A Windows server administration fundamentals, Exam 98-366/Course 40366A networking fundamentals, Exam 98-367/Course 40367A Security Fundamentals, Exam 98-368/Course 40368A

Mobility and Device Fundamentals and Exam 98-369/Course 40369A Cloud Fundamentals.  My question was do I need to pass all of these eqams to gain an MTA certification or do I do just the one?
 

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Posted 23 May 2017 - 01:14 PM

Per Microsoft - One.  I guess this is replacing the old MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional).  Maybe I'll take one, just to add it to my alphabet soup of certifications.  Unfortunately these days the information required to pass most certifications is useless to me in my day to day work.



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Posted 26 July 2017 - 08:45 PM

MTA Certifications are considered as entry level certifications to get your foot in the door as it were. If you are trying to break into the I.T.. They may have some benefit. Also to get an MCP you will have to pass a number of certain MTA exams. look at how Microsoft ranks MTAs against other Microsoft Certifications. But passing 1 MTA exam makes you a Microsoft Technology Associate in the exam you successfully pass.

 

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Posted 26 July 2017 - 08:57 PM

From your post, I see you have highlighted networking fundamentals. Is this where you wish to focus your studies?

 

 

Hi all I had a question about gaining the MTA certification. I'm looking at doing an MTA in IT infrastructure and I see listed on the Microsoft website there are 5 exams listed for this certification. (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/mta-it-infrastructure-certification.aspx) Exam 98-365/course 40365A Windows server administration fundamentals, Exam 98-366/Course 40366A networking fundamentals, Exam 98-367/Course 40367A Security Fundamentals, Exam 98-368/Course 40368A

Mobility and Device Fundamentals and Exam 98-369/Course 40369A Cloud Fundamentals.  My question was do I need to pass all of these eqams to gain an MTA certification or do I do just the one?
 

 


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