Monday, August 8, 2011
Now what do I do with this new found acronym? Ask my boss for a raise? Well I am self employed, so that won't work. Shoot for the Microsoft Certified Architect certification? Uh, that would be a big NO at this point.
Honestly, I feel like running ten miles just to stop the adrenaline flow through my body. What a rush! And after that I feel like sitting in front of the TV for a day with just the clicker in hand. Once I am acclimated back to my normal environment, maybe it will sink in then.
To all of the guys from my rotation who are still working on achieving the MCM, please don't give up! Keep at it! You can do it, I know you can!
- 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
MCM Technical Preparation
- 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