Info from our MS Press team regarding Longhorn Certification:Windows Server 2003 credential holders will have the most efficient path to Windows Server "Longhorn" certifications. As a benefit to our customers who are certified on current Microsoft technology, we are offering a 40 percent saving voucher (available worldwide) to help Windows Server 2003 customers get a head start on our next release. As a Windows Server 2003 customer with an early certification on Longhorn, you will be well placed to support early adopting organizations that will require skills on both platforms. To receive your voucher, you must satisfy the following two requirements.
To obtain the voucher, you will also need to pre-register before June 30, 2007:
I have completed two certificates and expecting to complete othe two certificates by end of June 2007. What are my options for upgrading to the new server "Longhorn" if I don't complete all four certifications that are required for MCSA in Windows 2003.
Just wondering will there be any discount or study material free as I work for university of South Australia ?
RE: Om Delhikar
All candidates must up-grade from Windows Server 2000 to Windows Server 2003 System Administrator or System Engineer in order to then be able to up-grade to Longhorn.
RE: Harry Sukumar
The IT Academy program provides discounts to member institutions on learning content. If your uni is not an IT Academy, we do not have a separate discounting program for students.