Posted 03 September 2010 - 04:25 AM
(TS: Windows Server 2008 R2, Desktop Virtualization)
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Posted 28 April 2011 - 06:32 PM
This morning I passed this exam as the first step toward the MCITP Virtualization Administrator certification. Main reason why I booked and sit the exam is that I need to teach a few courses (for my old company and while on holiday lol) on this track and for that I need to be certified.
The preparation took me around 2 weeks as I already have experience with VDI solutions with Citrix and VMware. All in all I have to admit while preparing for the exams I've learned a few things about App-V and Med-v which are the core topics of the exam, I am far from being impressed by the technology as Microsot is still too bound to the "Virtual PC toy" but yet have to admit it could be a viable VDI solution for small deployment or to reduce costs (aka not buying Citrix stuff even if better ).
Being an MCT I could download the official MOC and prepare the exam using the trainer handbook, I was surprised (in a pleasant way) to notice that the MOC quality has been enhanced. This is nice as if someone has taught/attended the first release of Windows 2008 courses will remember the quality was the lowest ever...
In addition to the MOC I've read a bit about the technology on Microsoft website and of course played with App-V, Med-V and RDS on my lab which is basically a Desktop system converted to Hyper V server
Exam was too easy in my eyes, nothing out of the official syllabus (so in doubt follow that) and nothing that could not be answered using brain salt.
With this exam out of the way I'm moving to Hyper-V R2 Server Virtualization may 09 which was the first usable date the testing center.
If you have any question just ask
Posted 30 April 2011 - 02:27 AM
Posted 03 May 2011 - 05:04 PM
Posted 05 February 2012 - 02:27 AM
total questions 44 i got ,
Used MS reading books some cbt ...
There were some many questions about ~10-15 that was so similar that can be mistakable ... need to read all the question and read carefully and thing logically .
BTW i hate that MS did this .... many questions are like same answers or same abcd questions ..... asking about how to fix or do )
~10 of the questions were so easy that i can cry for example : what port uses rdp connection ? ) ))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))
In total : easy exam but are very tricky ... 3 questions were very hard to me i can say .. like i need to do in the registry ... question about some config there ... )
Good luck .
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