Saturday, April 16, 2011
Saturday, April 16, Day 13
I take back what I said in a previous post. Written exam number one was not the hardest Microsoft exam I have ever taken. Written exam number two now takes that place of honor.
Somehow, the Test Gods smiled down upon me again and I managed to pass.
I don't have time (again) to fill you in on the gory details because tomorrow is Cert lab which promises to be nine more hours in the torture chamber and I have to get ready for being stretched on the rack. I promise, really, that I will write a synopsis of Friday, Saturday, and Sunday when I am on the plane home on Monday. I won't have time tomorrow night after the last exam because the whole class is going out to dinner and celebrating our liberation.
- James P Carrion
- Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
- I have been a techno geek for as long as I can remember. Making complex technology simple is my mantra and I enjoy teaching others that technology doesn't have to be rocket science mummo jumbo but can be expressed in simple easy to understand everyday terms.
Other MCM Blogs and Experiences
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- AD Administrative Center
- AD Architecture - Foreign Security Principals
- AD Architecture - Infrastructure Master
- AD Best Practices Analyzer
- AD Data Store - How it works
- AD LDS Schema Explained
- AD Module for Windows Powershell
- Admin SDHolder
- DCDIAG.EXE - What does it do?
- DFSR Health Report for Sysvol
- DNS Record Tombstoning
- Effective Audit Policy in Server 2008 and Windows 7
- Extensible Storage Engine Files
- FRS to DFSR - Migration Reasons
- Kerberos Authentication
- Kerberos for the busy Admin
- Managed Service Accounts
- Offline Domain Join
- PSOs and Urgent Replication
- Recycle Bin Step by Step
- Replication - Bridgehead Load Balancing 2008R2
- Replication - DC Guid & Invocation ID
- Replication - How it Works
- Replication - USN, High Watermark
- SID Filtering and Trust Relationships
- SP1 - What changes it makes to Directory Services
- Version Store