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Windows 7: Download the latest Microsoft Certification Roadmap

16 Jan 2016   #1

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
Download the latest Microsoft Certification Roadmap

Have you ever had trouble working out which exam to do?

I have some great news the roadmap for Microsoft technical certifications has been updated and is ready for download.

It includes the latest MCSA: Windows 10 path, and indicators for the Specialist exams.

Additional pre-requisite options and recertification paths can still be found on our website

Please Click Here to download the Certification Roadmap.

Source: Download the latest Microsoft Certification Roadmap | Microsoft Partner Network Blog

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 Download the latest Microsoft Certification Roadmap

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