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Topic # 136352 24-Nov-2013 12:51
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So I am looking at doing Exchange 2010 (70-662). Yes I am aware this exam will be retired soon, but I'm also aware that most companies are yet to even look at exchange 2013, the one I work for being one of them.

So I'm wondering if anyone can point in in the direction of the training material for 70-662? I looked at doing the five day course, but I'm trying to keep my student loan down so I can pay it off. So if there is a provider that can provide the training material so I can do self help that is relatively inexpensive, please let me know!





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Could you get away with 2013 certification?  The platforms are pretty similar from an operational point of view in my opinion.




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  Reply # 939987 24-Nov-2013 20:36
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Dynamic: Could you get away with 2013 certification?  The platforms are pretty similar from an operational point of view in my opinion.


It's not really a work requirement, so I don't see why not, but I don't have any exchange 2013 experience... how similar are they? 

Reason I was thinking exchange 2010 is because we have only recently (like 18 months ago) implemented it. Considering we jumped from 2003, we may not even touch 2013.





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