Microsoft MCDST Certification Training - Network Technology and Systems Administration (NTSA) Department
The Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST) credential proves that you have the skills to successfully support end-users and to successfully troubleshoot desktop environments that are running the Microsoft Windows operating system.
|CNET-160 Windows XP Professional||16 weeks||2|
|CNET-162A Desktop Support I - Supporting Users||eLearning||2|
|CNET-162B Desktop Support II - Supporting Applications||eLearning||2|
|CNET-105 PC Hardware and Software (A+ Certification)||16 weeks||4|
|Core Exams (two exams required)||Microsoft E-Learning|
|Exam 70-271: Supporting Users and Troubleshooting a Microsoft Windows XP Operating Systems||Course 2261: Supporting Users Running the Microsoft Windows XP Operating Systems (12 hours)|
|Exam 70-272: Supporting Users and Troubleshooting Desktop Applications on a Microsoft Windows XP Operating Systems||Course 2262: Supporting Users Running Applications on the Microsoft Windows XP Operating System (12 hours)|
|There are no core exams related to Clinic 2263 currently available.||Clinic 2263: Exam Preparation for the MCDST Certification (6 hours)|
Earning a Microsoft certification acknowledges your expertise in working with Microsoft products and technologies. The IT industry, your employer, clients, and peers will recognize your MCDST credential as a symbol of the skills and knowledge you have gained. Microsoft certification demonstrates that you can successfully support Microsoft business solutions for your organization or client.
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