Is MCSE Messaging exam is about to go some changes?

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MCSE Messaging exam is globally acknowledged standardized test that has been designed for the IT professionals. This test validates the proficiencies of the IT professionals in several sectors, including, guiding their respective companies to the modern cloud technology; to boost up the user productivity & flexibility; to lessen data loss; to advance data security options in the respective organizations; etc. MCSE Messaging exam is about to go some changes from 2014. The format of latest MCSE Messaging exam has been stated below.

In the upgraded exam format, an individual needs to pass five individual tests to acquire the MCSE Messaging certification. The tests are as follows:

  1. Exam no. 70-410

    Exam Title: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012

    This test is the first part of the series of exams that measure the knowledge and proficiencies of the candidates about the issues that are essential to execute the core applications of Windows Server 2012 R2 in the existing infrastructure environment of an enterprise. Successful completion of this test validates the ability of the test taker in implementation and configuration of the core services of the Windows Server 2012 R2, including, active Directory, networking services, etc.

    This test validates the ability to achieve the technical tasks stated below along with respective percentages that indicate the respective weight of every major topic on the test. The higher the level of percentage, the more the frequency of questions those are likely to appear on that particular topic on the test.

    ‘Install and configure servers’ content area covers about 17% questions; ‘Configure server roles and features’ content area covers 17%; ‘Configure Hyper-V’ content area covers 18%; ‘Deploy and configure core network services’ content area covers 17%; ‘Install and administer Active Directory’ content area covers 14%; ‘Create and manage Group Policy’ content area covers 16%.

  2. Exam no. 70-411

    Exam Title: Administering Windows Server 2012

    This test is the second part of the series of exams that measure the knowledge and proficiencies of the candidates about the issues that are essential to execute the core applications of Windows Server 2012 R2 in the existing infrastructure environment of an enterprise. Successful completion of this test validates the ability of the test taker in implementation and configuration of the core services of the Windows Server 2012 R2, including, user and group management, data security, network access, etc.

    This test validates the ability to achieve the technical tasks stated below along with respective percentages that indicate the respective weight of every major topic on the test. The higher the level of percentage, the more the frequency of questions those are likely to appear on that particular topic on the test.

    From the content area ‘Deploy, manage, and maintain servers’ about 16% questions are drawn; ‘Configure File and Print Services’ content area covers 18%; ‘Configure network services and access’ content area covers 16%; ‘Configure a Network Policy Server (NPS) infrastructure’ content area covers 20%; ‘Configure and manage Active Directory’ content area covers 13%; ‘Configure and manage Group Policy’ content area covers 15%.

  3. Exam no: 70-412

    Exam Title: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services

    This test is the third part of the series of exams that measure the knowledge and proficiencies of the candidates about the issues that are essential to execute the core applications of Windows Server 2012 R2 in the existing infrastructure environment of an enterprise. Successful completion of this test validates the ability of the test taker in implementation and configuration of the core services of the Windows Server 2012 R2, including, fault tolerance, identity federation, certificate services, etc.

    This test validates the ability to achieve the technical tasks stated below along with respective percentages that indicate the respective weight of every major topic on the test. The higher the level of percentage, the more the frequency of questions those are likely to appear on that particular topic on the test.

    ‘Configure and manage high availability’ content area covers about 16% questions; ‘Configure file and storage solutions’ content area covers 18%; ‘Implement business continuity and disaster recovery’ content area covers 14%; ‘Configure Network Services’ content area covers 17%; ‘Configure the Active Directory infrastructure’ content area covers 15%; ‘Configure Identity and Access Solutions’ content area covers 19%; ‘Configure access and information protection solutions’ content area covers 19%.

  4. Exam no. 70-341

    Exam Title: Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

    This test validates the ability to achieve the technical tasks stated below along with respective percentages that indicate the respective weight of every major topic on the test. The higher the level of percentage, the more the frequency of questions those are likely to appear on that particular topic on the test. From the July 2014, a number of questions will be drawn from the content area titled ‘Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1’.

    ‘Plan, install, configure, and manage client access’ content area covers 25%; ‘Install, configure, and manage the mailbox role’ content area covers 25%;  ‘Design and manage an Exchange infrastructure’ content area covers 25%.‘Plan, install, configure, and manage transport’ content area covers about 25% questions;

  5. Exam no. 70-342

    Exam Title: Advanced Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

    This test validates the ability to achieve the technical tasks stated below along with respective percentages that indicate the respective weight of every major topic on the test. The higher the level of percentage, the more the frequency of questions those are likely to appear on that particular topic on the test. From the July 2014, a number of questions will be drawn from the content area titled ‘Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1’.

    ‘Configure and manage compliance, archiving, and discovery solutions’ content area covers 25%.‘ ‘Design, configure, and manage site resiliency’ content area covers 22%; ‘Design, configure, and manage advanced security’ content area covers 21%; ‘Implement and manage coexistence, hybrid scenarios, migration, and federation’ content area covers 18%; Configure, manage, and migrate Unified Messaging’ content area covers about 20% questions;


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