earn your MCITP on Windows Server 2008

I believe most of you already know this, it's not just in at all. Windows Server 2008 exams 70-646 and 70-647 are available at Prometric test centers worldwide as of last week. These are the two professional-series exams that make it possible, now, for you to earn your MCITP certification: Enterprise Administrator or Server Administrator. Thumbnail_mcitp_enterprise

Can I be both a MCITP: Server Administrator and MCITP: Enterprise Administrator if I pass all the necessary exams for both certifications? Yes.

Is Exam 70-647 a superset of Exam 70-646? I.e. if I take Exam 70-647, will I earn MCITP: Server Administrator certification automatically? No. In the past, MCSA could be a subset of MCSE, but based on feedback we received, we now have two separate paths: Enterprise Administrator is focused on design and Server Administrator is focused on operations. Unlike MCSA and MCSE certifications, these are two different job roles with two different sets of requirements. If you earn the MCITP: Enterprise Administrator certification, you do not automatically earn the MCITP: Server Administrator certification.

  • More in the Windows Server 2008 certification FAQ.

Some of you don't have your beta results yet, I know. If you don't, try and sit tight. I know they are working through the results for those of you who still show TESTED--you'll see a result soon and/or someone will be in touch with you.

Comments (3)

  1. Edwin says:


    Good luck 2 you (all)

  2. ccatto says:

    Hey Now Trika,

    Great Blog content & nice webcast today on Certs 101.

    Thx 4 the info,


  3. Trika says:

    Hey now Chris.

    Why you gotta black out yer eyes.


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