Exam 70-270 is one of the examinations of Microsoft certification and the MCSA Certification name is MCSE windows XP professional. This certification will designed for the candidates who wish to learn and gain knowledge on the ability to administer implement,as well as troubleshoot the windows XP in the desktop operating system of any networking environment particularly in the larger level computing environments. By passing examination candidates can become Microsoft certified professionals and also helps the candidates to certify with MCSA 2003 as well as MCSE 2003 certifications.


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For writing this examination there are no special prerequisites required to the candidates but it is recommended to the candidates to have at least 1 year experience in the field of administering and implementation of desktop operating system in any networking environment.

Job roles for this certification:
Candidates can have their varieties of job opportunities after successful completion of this examination. System administrator system engineer system analysts technical consultants network analysts technical support engineers etc are some of the job roles included in this certification.

The MCSE exam 70-270:
Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft Windows XP Professional tutorial covers the major topics as explained by Microsoft for you to pass the exam. Take the tutorial for free and learn what it takes to pass the MCP certification. Learn how to install an image using a RIS server, Windows XP printing, or NTFS security permissions. Everything is covered in this free tutorial. Even “power users” of Windows XP would likely fail the Windows XP examination without any preparation. As its name suggests, the “Microsoft Exam 70–270: Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft Windows XP Professional” test covers much ground that typical users are unlikely to have encountered before. The tested material is decidedly administrative in nature, covering the kinds of tasks that a systems engineer or administrator would normally cover.