The Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer or MCSE exam candidates under the Windows Server 2003 tracking will need to prove their mettle in order to be deemed worthy of the certification. And of course, this will mean satisfying a rigorous set of requirements. For starter, there are six tough core exams that one must pass. Four of which are exams that are based on networking systems, one is based on the client operating system and one exam will be given on design methods. After he or she passes these six core exams, the test-taker must then choose two elective exams to take.
These elective exams will also serve as a valid as well as a reliable measure of the technical proficiency and the expertise of the end user in solution design and the implementation of the system. The Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer candidates will also be requires to have at least a years worth of experience in implementation and administration of networking operating systems as well as desktop operating systems. For the upgrade exam (which is also required for Windows Server 2003), the upgrade path of the 2003 credentials will let the test taker and end user to perform the different functions of the system in a time effective and a cost-effective way.
Truly, it is worth all the effort to gain a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineering Training course in Windows Server 2003. Who knows, it might even get the successful exam passer a higher ranking in his or her organization.